cantilever

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Words related to cantilever

projecting horizontal beam fixed at one end only

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project as a cantilever

construct with girders and beams such that only one end is fixed

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What really sets the building apart against the Beirut skyline, however, is the unique silhouette of its cantilevered central sections, which look as though they have been pushed to either side of the tower like bricks in a giant game of Jenga.
Summary: Living Architecture and MVRDV present the design for the Balancing Barn, a cantilevered holiday home near the village of Thorington in Suffolk, England.
The Centri-Sifter centrifugal screener Model GO features a cantilevered shaft with two externally-mounted bearings between the screening chamber and motor drive, allowing all internals to slide freely from the shaft end for cleaning, screen changes or inspection.
The elevated wing seems at first sight to be a pure cubic volume, but it too is manipulated, rising from the body of the building to its cantilevered end--an adjustment that, like entasis, is an optical correction to lighten its appearance.
Spanning 21.2 metres between the rails, the main beam is offset from the support frames and has a cantilevered hoist to keep loads clear of the support legs.
A cantilevered shaft allows quick unloading of the rolls and reloading of cores.
A cantilevered winder design that incorporates a cantilevered shaft with a push-off mechanism integrated into the winding shaft has been introduced by Davis-Standard.
Exhibits will include a high-hygiene, easy clean, cantilevered shaft, KEK Centrifugal Sifter.
Cantilevered design allows the beating and seals at the non-drive end to be eliminated.
The third work, perhaps the most telling in terms of the artist's interest in the potency of the bed as physical and symbolic material, is Suture Mastic, 1994, which presents a small wedge of space between a regular mattress (complete with mirrored headboard, box spring, and bedframe) and four mattresses cantilevered off the mirrored headboard.
To keep it as open as possible, they supported the translucent fiberglass roof on prefabricated wood trusses cantilevered off a long wall.
Indeed, in the images of the preliminary design, which were created by the building's architects, Kohn Pedersen Fox, the slanted facade of the cantilevered floors and that of the roof seem to encourage a connection between the two and hint that the building is just one relocated puzzle piece from appearing identical to any other city tower.