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Award winning geodesic dome marquees for weddings, festivals, private and corporate events.

Cassette floor installed on top.

Article about laying box section steel frame marquee flooring (cassette marquee flooring for event tents) with photographs.

Component names 1. Eave Rail 2. Purlin 3. Locking Pin and R-Clip 4. Roof Beam 5. Eave Knuckle (Bracket) 6. Apex (ridge bracket) 7. Leg (often stored with the eaves knuckle in place) 8. Ground rail 9. Scissors 10. Portal Beam 11. End Leg 12. Roof Wires 13. Foot Plate (Base Plate) 14. Irons (pegs or pins) 15. Purlin Prop (Push pole) 16. Throw Over Rope

Component names 1. Eave Rail 2. Purlin 3. Locking Pin and R-Clip 4. Roof Beam 5. Eave Knuckle (Bracket) 6. Apex (ridge bracket) 7. Leg (often stored with the eaves knuckle in place) 8. Ground rail 9. Scissors 10. Portal Beam 11. End Leg 12. Roof Wires 13. Foot Plate (Base Plate) 14. Irons (pegs or pins) 15. Purlin Prop (Push pole) 16. Throw Over Rope

Roder HTS 15m marquee Sliding "dove-tail" eves connector on a 220x100 profile 3mm wall thickness. This type of construction is common on wider marquees (12m and over)

Roder HTS 15m marquee Sliding "dove-tail" eves connector on a 220x100 profile 3mm wall thickness. This type of construction is common on wider marquees (12m and over)

The roof purlins can now be installed.

The roof purlins can now be installed.

Install the ground rails

Install the ground rails

Walls are installed. And it's time for a cupper! However don't forget to peg your marquee down.

Walls are installed. And it's time for a cupper! However don't forget to peg your marquee down.

The gables are slid together then lased in the middle.

The gables are slid together then lased in the middle.

The roof is slid through the candor channels in the roof beams.

The roof is slid through the candor channels in the roof beams.

The roof wires and gable legs can be installed. To make a longer marquee connect upto 3 more bays together. The 4th bay will require another set of scissors or cross wires and roof wires.

The roof wires and gable legs can be installed. To make a longer marquee connect upto 3 more bays together. The bay will require another set of scissors or cross wires and roof wires.

The 3rd arch is connected to the first bay.

Stand the second arch upright and connect to the scissors. This will now stand up. Connect the eves bars as in the drawing

Stand the second arch upright and connect to the scissors. This will now stand up. Connect the eves bars as in the drawing

Stand the second arch upright and connect to the scissors. This will now stand up. Connect the eves bars as in the drawing

Stand one arch up. With on or two people holding the arch vertical attach the scissors which will hold the first arch up. If you are using cross wires you will still need to hold it up.

Stand one arch up. With on or two people holding the arch vertical attach the scissors which will hold the first arch up. If you are using cross wires you will still need to hold it up.

Assemble two arches on the ground. Attach the roof wire to the knuckles. If you wish you can peg the base plates down however I normally connect them together with a ground rail.

Assemble two arches on the ground. Attach the roof wire to the knuckles. If you wish you can peg the base plates down however I normally connect them together with a ground rail.

Lay out all components and assemble them following the arrow sequence shown (figure 1). Take a footplate and attach it to a leg, using the larger of the two locating pin types. Make sure that the end of the plate with the single hole is facing outwards, and secure with an R-Clip, ensure that the R-Clip locates on the outside of the leg.

Lay out all components and assemble them following the arrow sequence shown (figure 1). Take a footplate and attach it to a leg, using the larger of the two locating pin types. Make sure that the end of the plate with the single hole is facing outwards, and secure with an R-Clip, ensure that the R-Clip locates on the outside of the leg.

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