Free Woodworking Plans - Roof Trusses

  •  Truss Dining Table
    Measuring 38.5 deep and 93 long, this dining table is great for family gatherings. Build it using these free woodworking plans.
  •  TS Cantruss (ZIP)
    Set of nine (9) detailed .jpg drawings along with a rich text (.rtf) document about the construction of a fence system for a Delta TS. Large file (343Kb) JPG only
  •  Truss Shelves
    This easy to build shelving unit consists of four open large shelves in the shape of truss.
  •  Roof Truss 50 ft span (PDF)
    Poelframe building construction 26 ft, 39 ft and 52 ft wide, post-beam, gable roofs, 5 in 12 slope, 4 ft spacings. This agricultural building plan is a download plan that is PDF file format. Follow the instructions on that page to quickly find the plan number. This plan number is 6009
  •  Roof Truss 40 ft span (PDF)
    Truss rafter, split ring, 40 ft, 4ft spacings. This agricultural building plan is a download plan that is PDF file format. Follow the instructions on that page to quickly find the plan number. This plan number is 5978
  •  Roof Truss 40 ft (PDF)
    Truss rafter 40 ft rigid frame construction, 10 ft high wall, 8 ft spacings. This agricultural building plan is a download plan that is PDF file format. Follow the instructions on that page to quickly find the plan number. This plan number is 5949
  •  Gambrel Roof Truss (PDF)
    32 ft, 34 ft & 36 ft SPANS, 12 ft CNTRS. SHWVR. This agricultural building plan is a download plan that is PDF file format. Follow the instructions on that page to quickly find the plan number. This plan number is 5219.
  •  Trusses, Split Ring (PDF)
    Plans for 4 building roof split ring trusses 24, 30, 36 and 40 ft wide.
  •  Roof Truss 38 ft 4 web (PDF)
    With Plywood Gussets.
    This free woodworking carpentry plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of the North Dakota State University web site.
  •  Roof Truss 40 ft 4 web (PDF)
    With Plywood gusssets.
    This free woodworking carpentry plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of the North Dakota State University web site.
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Roof Trusses

  •  Roof Truss 42 ft 4 web (PDF)
    With plywood gussets.
  •  Roof Truss 44 ft 4 web (PDF)
    With plywood gussets.
    This free woodworking carpentry plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of the North Dakota State University web site.
  •  Roof Truss 50 ft 4 web (PDF)
    With plywood gussets. This plan provides conceptual information only.
  •  Roof Truss 60 ft 6 web (PDF)
    With plywood gussets. This plan provides conceptual information only.
  •  Building - Grower/Finisher Truss Roof (PDF)
    This plan gives details for a clear-span barn with natural ventilation openings at the two long walls and the roof ridge. The pen part is 12 x 28.8 m (40 x 96 ft) with two rows of pens facing a center alley. This will house about 650 pigs ranging from 23 to 90 kg (50 to 200 lbs) live weight; typical continuous production (based on 14 weeks growing-finishing period) theoretically could yield up to 2400 pigs marketed per year, although 1500-2000 would be typical. Building length can be adjusted in increments of 2.4 m (8 ft). Pens for this plan can be 1.2 to 2.4 m (4 to 8 ft) wide, and 5.3 m (17 ft 8 in.) long.
  •  Building - Hay Storage with Trusses
    This plan set of five sheets gives complete details for building a clear-span, pole-frame hay storage barn. Building length and width can be adjusted to suit; clear spans of 7.2, 9.0 or 10.8 m (24, 30 or 36 ft) can be obtained by building or buying trusses to match the width. A span of 10.8 m (36 ft) provides the most efficient storage. This plan differs from Plan 7601 in that roof trusses are spaced at 2.4 m (8 ft) on center, and the roof purlins are fastened on edge to span the wider space between trusses.
  •  Roof Trusses for farm buildings
    This plan provides details about the trusses that are used for farm structures. These trusses will handle roof loads for low-human-occupency farm buildings under dry service conditions. Truss connections and member sizes are based on 18.5 mm (3/4 inch) Douglas fur Plywood, 76 mm (3 inch) spiral concrete nails, and No. 2 S-P-F Canadian lumber. Precautions should be taken when selecting the truss plan taking into account the truss spacing, the roof dead load and the roof snow load. Do not use the trusses for high-human-occupency buildings that many people may occupy over extended periods such as auction barns, show arenas, and riding stables with bleachers.
  •  Roof Trusses, Building Your Own
    This plan provides information regarding the construction of your own roof trusses. The truss plan that is selected should be specifically suited for the particular building situation taking into account snow loading, lumber grade, truss spacing and building material. Be sure that the truss plan meets local requirements for snow and other loads. One should also keep in mind that a roof system is only as strong as the weakest truss; and any truss is only as strong as the weakest connection or piece of material that is used. For such reasons, lumber design must incorporate a relatively high factor of safety.
  •  Roof Trusses, Erecting and Bracing
    A truss rafter roof system, properly designed, fabricated, erected and braced, is a strong and economical way to frame a farm building roof. However, if the design assumptions are ignored during erection and bracing, the structure may collapse. Individual trusses may fail if damaged during transport and erection. This plan outlines procedures and precautions recommended to ensure safe truss erection.
  •  Truss, Utility (PDF)
    A plan for a roof truss 32 ft. wide with a 4/12 slope and lap-nailed construction.
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