angle post

angle post

[′aŋ·gəl ‚pōst]
(building construction)
A railing support used at a landing or other break in the stairs.
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angle post

The corner post in half-timbered construction.
See also: Post
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angle post

In half-timber construction, the corner post.
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The offset angle post and beaded box post are made from heavier gauge steel to accommodate heavy loads at heights up to 24 feet without splicing.