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    hello, I should make the structural frame to hold up a protective cover for two cars, the measures are maximum height of the courtyard wall, 2.50 meters, width 5 meters, length 9 meters, some user friend might suggest how to make it simple and what materials should be used? thank you Click image for larger version

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  • aametalmaster
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    Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
    I see you guys very upset, how would you do it and what materials would you use?
    Nope not upset just can't answer what we don't know. We don't know your location, your weather, your zoning or laws about buildings in general. So we all can cobble something up and the first rain or snow it may collapse maybe killing or injuring people or vehicles. So until you help us better we can't help you better. Just my thoughts. There is always bamboo and palm frons, just kidding of course...Bob

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  • pietromarruggio
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    I see you guys very upset, how would you do it and what materials would you use? you could kindly give me some pictures, thanks again I didn't start the jobs I wait for the summer season, thanks again for the precious suggestions

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  • Franz©
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    Entire discussion is pointless in my book since the project is nothing but a fashion statement and the poster refuses to provide a geographic location.

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  • aametalmaster
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    Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
    The cloth will be installed on the extended structure between May and September inclusive, rolled up during the rest of the year
    I am with Fusion on this one. Cloth sucks. But i am sure the company sells replacement cloth covers for major $$$$. And i would rather have it all year and not just the summer...Bob

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  • Noel
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    Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
    the corrugated galvanized iron sheet is aesthetically unpleasant from the idea of the slum.
    Lol! I'm not sure why, but I'm left wondering if someone slumming it wouldn't have their life improved with a different roofing material over the shanty?

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  • pietromarruggio
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    the corrugated galvanized iron sheet is aesthetically unpleasant from the idea of the slum. I have to evaluate the materials to be used, I wait for the beautiful season to start the works

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  • FusionKing
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    Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
    it rains it snows a little but it rains in a thunderstorm type universal flood, as a cover what do you think of polycarbonate? [ATTACH=JSON]{"data-align":"none","data-size":"full","data-attachmentid":596698**[/ATTACH]
    Wow that design is a lot different !!
    I guess polycarbonate could vary a lot depending on thickness and color and how it was to fasten. I have seen some really heavy duty looking products from it.
    On that structure normal sheet metal would work perfect, although you may find poly that could match whatever roof you have?? Is that why you are considering it? Or simply to do something slightly different maybe?

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  • pietromarruggio
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    it rains it snows a little but it rains in a thunderstorm type universal flood, as a cover what do you think of polycarbonate? Click image for larger version

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  • FusionKing
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    I can't imagine having to mess with it twice a year just to make sure that my rig isn't covered half the year. Does it not rain there? Canvas sucks. Make it permanent or don't do it all is my vote.
    Unless you have lots of spare time and extra money.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    I checked out those links, don't understand a word of it, but they look good! I guess those are kits you can buy? Seems like I remember that being brought up earlier.

    You should do it.

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  • pietromarruggio
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    the frame for solar panels as support?Click image for larger version

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    https://www.autocover.it/cover-perimetrale/

    http://eurocrama.com/categoria/pensiline-ombreggianti
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    T Parking Solar Monofrontale

    Monofrontal shading shelter

    Modular shading shelter 5 meters long, 3 meters high, 5 meters wide and shaded mesh covering for sun and hail protection during the summer of car stalls, consisting of a main structure in hot-galvanized steel.

    Structure composed of:

    · Columns made of square tube of the dimensions of 200x200;
    · Cantilever element realized in square tube of the dimensions of 120x120;
    · Rods and struts made of square tube of 80x80 dimensions;
    · Purlins made of square tubes of the size of 100x100;
    · Anti-hail shading sheet in high density polyethylene, homopolymer with a weight of about 400 gr / sqm of gray color, De Luxe model 95%;
    · Class 8.8 galvanized bolts and galvanized bolts.

    The structure is CE marked, according to the dictates of the EN1090 certification.
    The structure is designed and calculated, with reference to the Eurocodes, to withstand loads imposed by the current legislation on the subject, accompanied by a qualified professional calculation report that confirms the correct sizing of the entire system consisting of cloth, metal structure and foundations in conformity to the current calculation rules.
    The cloth will be installed on the extended structure between May and September inclusive, rolled up during the rest of the year

    http://eurocrama.com/prodotto/solar-...g-monofrontale

    ???

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  • FusionKing
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    Originally posted by pietromarruggio View Post
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    what do you think that materials and sections use for the load bearing frame that thickness? Above I would like to put a transparent roof covering
    Sorry but I can't give an opinion one way or another. I don't readily convert those dimensions in my head to our measuring system and I'm too lazy too do it myself.
    I'd say that if your would like to receive good discussion here, you probably should provide something all of us can understand without going through the converting process. Then You can quickly spot problems arising from design.
    I'm assuming the main uprights are on 10 ft centers and the purlins/joists are about 16" centers. Wall thickness should play a big part in all pieces in my opinion here also. Depth in the ground will be a HUGE factor involving wind with this design. The direction that the prevailing winds blow should be a part of your design factor also. You don't want to "scoop" wind gusts.
    This could maybe be the perfect place to take advantage of solar panels.

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  • pietromarruggio
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    what do you think that materials and sections use for the load bearing frame that thickness? Above I would like to put a transparent roof covering

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Steel. That sounds like some pretty strong winds there, amigo. Steel and make it skookum too.

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