Emerging Structural Reinforcing Methods and Systems:

Howdy; I am new to this discussion, and just wanted to let you in on some new ways to reinforce rigid framed/bodied buildings and structures, with continuous steel strapping methods.

There is a website, called Tor-Eggs-Tor Design Solutions; http://www.tor-eggs-torclosed-nets.org / http://tor-eggs-tor.org

These systems use only accepted Structural Building Products, and install uniquely, but quite efficiently. The strapping reinforcing is compatable with the structure frame materials, component locations, shape of the structure and attached components, and focus on any/all of the linear component to component intersection seams.

We have built several models, prototypes, and test-frames that really show the benefits of this method of reinforcing buildings, and any/all rigid, compression resistant materialed and assembled structural system. We have adapted the Continuous Steel Structural Strapping "Nets", to both open-spaced frames and solid wall/panel frames, and the various building frame materials of wood, masonry, concrete, steel, and alternative.

Hope you take a second, and check these newly developed reinforcing systems and your feedback is very appreciated onthese sytems.

Look forward to hearing from you, God Bless and Speed;

Randy Dube, Developer of continuous reinforcing for rigid framed structures, buildings, etc.

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The attached image file is one of my basic sketch illustrations of some of the "Claw-Connections" that make it possible to install continous steel strapping between and extending from the connection assemblies.

Warning!! Without the continuous strapping installed, the corner and wall connection assemblies will fail, structurally, and without the "Claw Connection" assemblies, the strapping cords will fail, structurally also!!

The Connection Assemblies/Placements are one component of a continuous reinforcing system that attaches to the rigid structural frames/bodies.

See the attached corner assemblage file for clarification.

Thanks, God Bless and Speed;

Randy Dube, Entrepreneur
Tor-Eggs-Tor Design Solutions

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