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First WOFATI Greenhouse Plans

 
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This is the "as built" drawing set for the first WOFATI Greenhouse.  Which is an experimental structure designed and built at Wheaton Labs as part ofthis Kickstarter.







These plans include:
  • Elevation Drawings
  • Excavation Dimensions
  • Pole Location Dimensions
  • Rough Framing Member Lengths
  • Some Timberframing Detail
  • Dimensions in Inches
  • Access to Future Revisions


  • These plans do not include:
  • A Comprehensive Cut List
  • Instruction in Timberframing Joinery
  • A Guarantee of Structural Soundness




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    Good luck with this project. I will come visit sometime this summer.

    A few things;
    - the sections do not represent the "sloped" walls of the trenches to "prevent cave ins"
    - I still worry about the moisture needs of a greenhouse with this sort of round-log foundation
    - hopefully you document these details, especially the wool insulation

    cheers,
    Tim
     
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    Tim Skufca wrote:Good luck with this project. I will come visit sometime this summer.

    A few things;
    - the sections do not represent the "sloped" walls of the trenches to "prevent cave ins"
    - I still worry about the moisture needs of a greenhouse with this sort of round-log foundation
    - hopefully you document these details, especially the wool insulation

    cheers,
    Tim



    It looks beautiful and quite "beefy". Handling these enormous logs would be well beyond my ability, but the principles feel very sound. Because of the weight of the roof, I don't supposed it could be 'downsized' safely?
     
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