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However, few people
have been able to
master this technology,
the traditional tenon
s t r u c t u re h a s b e e n
faced with lost.
T he wisdom of ancient
Chinese craftsmen is
impressive, especially in the
field of woodworking tenon
structure, cleverly conceived
and solid structure so that
construction without a nail or
screw can be firmly standing.
Media reports, Guiyang, 73-yearold Peng Zhejun was an experienced
carpenter. He recently accepted the
son of Taiwan returned to study the
proposal, to create a 30 square meters
of cabins, all with mortise and tenon
structure, the whole room without a
A ccording to the elderly, tenon is the essence of traditional Chinese
architecture and furniture technology, because there is no use of nails and
other hardware, so there is no problem of corrosion rot. In Peng Jijun's home
An Long, house built with the tree is generally two to three decades of the
pine. Crafts in the carpenter, the trees built the house, in the exclusion of fire
and other accidents, can be retained sixty or seventy years. The construction
of this cabin is also hope that the younger generation do not forget the
technology handed down under the ancestors.
No drawings, before the start, Peng Zhejun the drawings "painted" in the mind. The drawings
are three-dimensional mind, the appearance of what, how the internal structure, the details
of what kind? Peng Zhejun should be repeated many times. Think of the process, if this part
of the wrong, it is in the minds of it removed, replaced by another look. Until that "ah, is like
this", the drawings be considered "painting" End.
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