Drawings to fabricate a building

stretch3050

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looking for recommendations for someone to draw some fabrication drawings to build a shed 60x60 21ft to eaves, for a straw barn, just a roof on legs basically.
 

MrA.G.

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Location
Northern Ireland
If you could be a bit more specific it would be good. If you want a design certificate to go along with shed then you'll need a structural engineer. If you have steel sizes in mind that you want to use and just want it done then you'll need a structural technician who should be able to draw in in software like StruCAD.

The other option is just to approach a shed builder and get them draw it as part of a package unless you are planning on fabricating it yourself.

I could help with some of the above options if it is any interest.
 

stretch3050

Member
If you could be a bit more specific it would be good. If you want a design certificate to go along with shed then you'll need a structural engineer. If you have steel sizes in mind that you want to use and just want it done then you'll need a structural technician who should be able to draw in in software like StruCAD.

The other option is just to approach a shed builder and get them draw it as part of a package unless you are planning on fabricating it yourself.

I could help with some of the above options if it is any interest.
I'd being looking to fabricate myself, Built a few in the past but haven't got drawings for a 60ft span
 

stretch3050

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Just need the measurements for the 15 degree angle roof and purlin brackets, only basic stuff, just to take out the guess work really
 

stretch3050

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The tricky bit is working out the lengths of the wind bracings etc, also the brackets for the eave beams, last one we cut into the top of the stanchions,
 

Hesston4860s

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Location
Nr Lincoln
The tricky bit is working out the lengths of the wind bracings etc, also the brackets for the eave beams, last one we cut into the top of the stanchions,
For the wind bracing I set 2 rafters out on the floor ends against a straight edge at 6096 centres and worked them out that way, was the most simply way at the time. I make a jig up that fits the bolt pattern for doing the eaves beam cut in’s but they can be different on each frame.
 

stretch3050

Member
For the wind bracing I set 2 rafters out on the floor ends against a straight edge at 6096 centres and worked them out that way, was the most simply way at the time. I make a jig up that fits the bolt pattern for doing the eaves beam cut in’s but they can be different on each frame.
Yes that’s a good idea, I was just wondering if anyone had drawing to save time
 

Gruffalo

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Midlands
it would be a massive help if you buy your steel in cut to size and angle this includes all the eaves ties and bracings ect
Have done this with all of our recent buildings. Steel all mitre cut to required angle and made shed to suit stock lengths. Steel work from Arraquip, purlins from Thomas Panels and roof from Briardwood830446E1-8766-4385-972A-53B5862EFDBD.jpegD62AB707-0E72-4CD7-ADD4-E9748482F09D.jpeg9C1029A3-EEDE-4133-95CD-4FEA3C14BA04.jpeg7D6020E6-D075-414D-A97C-59D262D717A6.jpeg830446E1-8766-4385-972A-53B5862EFDBD.jpegD62AB707-0E72-4CD7-ADD4-E9748482F09D.jpeg9C1029A3-EEDE-4133-95CD-4FEA3C14BA04.jpeg7D6020E6-D075-414D-A97C-59D262D717A6.jpeg
 

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Mur Huwcun

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Livestock Farmer
Location
North West Wales
To save starting a new thread I’m doing back of envelope calculations to stick an extra bay on a shed I have, existing is 4.8m bays with 7*3 timber purlins but as the ‘new’ bay will be ooen front to be used as storage 6m bay would be better. Any one know which size Z purlins would be needed? 175mm will match the timber with some clever use of cleat positions but not sure on thickness. 1.6mm sounds a bit lightweigh. Current roof angle is 10 degree and perlins spaced at just under 1200mm for box profile roof.
 

BobGreen

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Location
Lancs
To save starting a new thread I’m doing back of envelope calculations to stick an extra bay on a shed I have, existing is 4.8m bays with 7*3 timber purlins but as the ‘new’ bay will be ooen front to be used as storage 6m bay would be better. Any one know which size Z purlins would be needed? 175mm will match the timber with some clever use of cleat positions but not sure on thickness. 1.6mm sounds a bit lightweigh. Current roof angle is 10 degree and perlins spaced at just under 1200mm for box profile roof.
175/16 will be fine there usually set 10mm proud of rafter so overall height is 185mm
 

MrA.G.

Member
Location
Northern Ireland
175/16 will be fine there usually set 10mm proud of rafter so overall height is 185mm
I wouldn’t be using 175 x 1.6mm over a 6m span on my own shed and don’t think I could get the calcs to work for anybody else. Bearing in mind with adding on one bay the purlins will be single span rather than continuous. For all the few pounds extra a thicker wall would be worth it.
 

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