Building a Plywood Cabin

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The sides of a light plywood cabin can be built without any separate frame as the different plies running at right angles hold it together and support the top much as a frame would be expected to do where a single thickness of wood is used. However, where the design calls for very large windows so that the cabin sides are mostly cut away, leaving little support to the top, it would seem to be a good plan to provide a framing piece of oak between windows or where ever there is room for it. This could be an oak batten about 1/2 inch thick by 2 inches or more wide, securely fastened with screws or bolts.

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