Box frame

Box frame

A rigid frame formed by load-bearing walls and floor slabs, most suitable for structures that are permanently divided into small repetitive units.

box frame

1. A structural frame composed of cells which are side by side and/or in vertical tiers; the cross-walls act as bearing walls, carrying the loads to the foundation; also called cellular framing or cross-wall construction.
2. A structural frame having floors and walls consisting of monolithic reinforced-concrete slabs.

cased frame, boxed frame, box frame

The wood frame of a double-hung window; has hollow jambs or mullions which contain the sash counterweights.
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We're building a simple box frame that can be completed in an afternoon.
BAILEY BOX FRAME Bailey box frame with X detail, matte black frame and reclaimed wooden top in English oak
Other highlights include box frame carts and box frame front beams that create a solid foundation for pallet loads and greater overall rigidity; a wider top cart for greater stability; and a flared bottom cart push plate that makes it easier for the operator to see and remove pallet loads.
Most hotel employees don't know what you're talking about when you ask if the bed is on a "box frame" or on an "off-the-floor" bed frame like the metal frame they have at home.
This completely customizable shadow box frame travels home from the wedding ceremony with the sand design in tact.
At the same time, company officials assured that the truck's box frame remains high-grade steel.
Use the flipside of a canvas frame as a box frame for a creative piece of 3D artwork.
Vintage paper hearts box frame, PS39.95, Dotcomgiftshop.com
Kismet (pictured) is a one-light sconce housed in a jewel box frame made of cast iron that is suitable for lighting a corridor, bedroom dining room or bath-room.
Make a feature of keepsakes by grouping them in a box frame, and add pretty ornaments such as F&F Home Ceramic Owl tealight holders, pounds 6 for set of two, from selected Tesco stores.
Plaster hand-print picture You will need: A box frame Plaster of Paris Strong glue Instructions: Start by taking apart the frame, and removing the box shape from it.