The FRAMECAD System can be used to manufacture a range of steel roof trusses which can create a variety of different roof types.
This page contains a selection of some of typical steel roof truss types which the FRAMECAD system produces, if you need more information please contact us
|Gable steel roof truss - A gable roof has two pitched planes either side of a building, meeting at a common ridge which form an end vertical face (gable end).
|Hip end structural steel truss - A hip roof is a roof type where the roof planes pitch up from each wall and meets at a common ridge.
Standard structural steel truss - A truss that is used to support roofing battens or purlins, in conventional construction.
Girder structural steel truss - This truss is designed to support multiple other trusses in a variety of roofing applications.
|Truncated structural steel truss - A standard truss with the top cord cut short and the truss apex removed.
|Half truss - A truss that is supporting roof battens or purlins.
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The FRAMECAD F325iT is a highly versatile member of the FRAMECAD manufacturing system. Designed to offer increased production speed, greater flexibility and increased reliability, the F325iT roll-forming machine is best suited for residential and light commercial projects.
The TM300iT has been specially developed as part of the FRAMECAD optimised truss manufacturing system. It produces 75mm standard size C-section trusses designed specifically for maximum strength at minimum cost.
A rapidly high-performing solution for producing framing and trusses in heavy residential and light commercial buildings. The FRAMECAD F450iT has been designed to handle the heavy gauge steel required to construct 1 to 7 storey structures and outputs 75–150 mm profiles.