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[Cob] cobbing picsfran fran2000a1 at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 31 07:50:08 PDT 2007
The plan for the building is to stand up to high winds, I live in a tornado alley. So I am using the thumb to try and secure the cob together as much as possible. Although it's not as bad as earthquake zone, it would put stress on the cob if those high winds hit the building. I am not tapering the walls, little if any. Now that I think about it, we are on a fault line here and have had small tremors in the past few years. I'd like to know if others have cobbed without the "thumbs" too, and if it turned out well with their cob project. Maybe I am working too hard! --- Edward Allen <edward.allen69 at gmail.com> wrote: > I'm wondering what the people with experience out there > feel about using > "cobber's thumbs" or some other implement to weave the > wall together. If you > are not in an earthquake zone is this necessary? > > ____________________________________________________________________________________ Be a better Heartthrob. Get better relationship answers from someone who knows. Yahoo! Answers - Check it out. http://answers.yahoo.com/dir/?link=list&sid=396545433
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