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Old 09-19-2010, 09:14 AM  
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Default beam deflection

Hi everyone,
I am watching some of the posts in youtube and got interested in this video---Its all about bridging to illiminate or minimize bouncing of floors.. But I am just wondring if this idea could also support a beam against deflection? Instead of sistering the beam, bridge installation like the one in the video(the last sample) could be a simple and effective solution?
Please make a comment...thank you!

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