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The Triad Floor Builder System was
designed to be used as a combination floor framing bridge and a decking
nailing/staple bridge. The Floor Builder
System is used on the Triad Generation II
Framing Table as a single table floor panel manufacturing system.
Bridge specifications are as follows:
- Bridge widths: 12'2"
- Standard Hand Crank Control for
- Push Button Controls located on
Bridge control panel.
- Optional Joystick Control for
bridge drive, tool firing and tool shift. Auto Return option
included with Joystick Control.
- Optional Automatic Bridge Return.
- Optional Laser Pointer for
positioning the Bridge at stud and component locations.
- Three pneumatic nailing tools on
each side of the bridge for framing 2 x 8, 2 x 10, and 2 x 12 joists.
Four nails are fired in 2 x 8 floors, five nails are fired in 2 x 10
floors, and six nails are fired in 2 x 12 floors.
- Down clamping pads are designed
to clamp and flush the joists to the rims. Clamping pressure is
314 lbs. and activates simultaneously with tool firing activation.
- Clamp senses 2 x 8, 2 x 10 and 2
x 12 joists for automatic setting of nail pattern.
After the floor panel has been laid out and clamped and squared in the Gen
II Framing Tables, one operator guides the Floor
Builder System along the Framing
Table using either the Hand Crank Control or
the optional Joystick Control. At each joist and component the
operator lines up the center control box or with the optional Joystick
Control each joist and component is fastened to both rims. Flushing
the joist to rims is automatic, as the tools are activated to fire, a down
clamp automatically and simultaneously flushes the rims to the joists.
After the decking has been placed on the panel and tacked in each corner
all openings are routed out with two operators using the Triad
Handle Bar Router or one operator using the Triad
One operator guides the Floor Builder System
along the Framing Table
using either the Hand Crank Control or the optional Joystick Control.
At each joist and component the operator locates the firing position
either visually or with the assistance of the optional laser pointer.
At each firing position the operator activates the pneumatic tools by
either depressing the Fire/Shift button on the control panel or by
engaging the Joystick Control. With the optional Space Fire feature,
the bridge will automatically fasten both rims as the bridge traverses
along the panel. The Perimeter Fire feature provides pneumatic
nailing/stapling around all openings using the Joystick Control.
Upon completion, the operator either manually or with the Automatic Bridge
Return feature, returns the bridge to its starting position and rolls the
floor panel to the next station where the panel is removed from the