Rigging Techniques, Applications, And Procedures

Rigging Techniques, Applications, And Procedures

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by Tim Moses
     
 
This is a US Army Textbook used to instruct non-engineer troops in the construction and use of various aspects rigging that can be used to move materials and personnel. It includes basics such as knots, fabrication care and use of cable and wire ladders, rope bridges, block and tackle systems, fabrication of tripods and shears, and monkey-boards and derricks. Also

Overview

This is a US Army Textbook used to instruct non-engineer troops in the construction and use of various aspects rigging that can be used to move materials and personnel. It includes basics such as knots, fabrication care and use of cable and wire ladders, rope bridges, block and tackle systems, fabrication of tripods and shears, and monkey-boards and derricks. Also covers nunerous techniques for cribbing, jacking, lashing, splicing,and hoisting.

Abridged and formatted by a US Navy Veteran for reading on electronic devices, this is another must have for any amature scout or rigger's bookshelf, it includes numerous high quality illustrations in an easy to follow format!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013934993
Publisher:
Tim's Technical Books
Publication date:
03/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

The was written by countless anonymous US Naval Personnel. It is unfortunate that we cannot give them full credit for their writings.

The Bridged Books Group is dedicated to preserving and distributing books that might otherwise be lost to dusty tombs. What good is an archive that no one reads? The technical books distributed by Bridged Books are intended to be understandable to the dedicated layman.

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Rigging Techniques, Applications, And Procedures 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like the instructions on making wire ladders. I think my kids are going to have an awesome jungle gym addition this summer!