Laminated arch


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Laminated arch

A structural arch built up from multiple layers of smaller timbers.
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laminated arch

A wooden arch made of several layers or laminations of thin boards bolted or glued together.
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In the first floor offices, cross bracing between the laminated arches is exposed.