The Multi-ply Truss is sometimes referred to as a “layered” or “sandwich” truss, and is fabricated by using multiple layers of thinner timbers (normally 2”, 3” or 4” thick) bolted together in some combination of overlapping members. Frequently the top and bottom chords are comprised of two members “sandwiched” around a single king post and webs.
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