Friday, 23 March 2012
This sequence of images is to give a better idea of how a series of click-leaves can be simply clicked together into a stable and very strong raft which can then be used as a diaphram to form a floor, wall or roof. If you look closely you will notice that there are two different click-raft components. Click-leaves have the same joints on either side, and are woven into the click-beams (3 per raft) which have larger click-joints on one side to enable two click-leaves to be combined in pairs - using what i call click-weaving into 'S' curves which are tensioned against the 3 click-beams (in compression).
Posted by chris moller at 23:41