The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 2 > Modern Connectors for Timber Construction
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Modern Connectors for Timber Construction

Our review of a U.S. Government report under this title describing the various new forms of metal connectors that have developed for purposes of timber framework construction on the European continent appeared on page 362 of the Journal for August, 1933. We now reproduce a photograph of such connectors (Figure 1) and two examples of their use.