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The connector has a first flange to be applied against the end face of the held member to be connected and a second flange extending away therefrom and which is applied against the holding member, wherein these flanges or fastening flanges cam each be provided with fastener openings (generally round), through which fasteners, such as nails, dowel pins, screws or bolts, can be driven into the members to be joined to one another. The connection of claim 1, wherein: said first and second flanges are each provided with fastener openings through which fasteners can be driven into said held and holding members to be joined to one another. The connection of claim 1, wherein: said connector is characterized in that said second flange has an upper ply and a lower ply and said upper ply of said second flange and said lower ply of said second flange are in contact and are joined by a spot weld.
The connection of claim 1, wherein: at least one ply of said second flange is elongated towards said held member to be connected beyond said first flange to form a third flange.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: an opening for a fastener, said fastener having a central axis, is formed in one of said flanges of said connector, and said opening is formed at least partly such that it constitutes an oblique forced guide for the respective fastener to be driven therethrough, such that the central axis of said fastener is oriented such that it is not perpendicular to the flange that receives it.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: at least one of said second and third flanges is reinforced by at least one molded crease in order to increase its resisting torque.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: at least one of said second and third flanges is provided with at least one continuous crease facing away from said first flange.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: said first, second and third flanges of said connector have at least two-ply structure. The connection of claim 14, wherein: said third flange has single-ply structure, said first flange has two-ply structure and said second flange has three-ply structure.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: said third flange is formed with a width B, and said second flanges is formed with a width b, and said width B of said third flange is larger than the width b of said second flange.
The connection of claim 14, wherein: said third flange has a free end potion near which it is recessed. The connection of claim 14, wherein: said first flange comprises two portions oriented perpendicular to one another. The connection of claim 1, wherein: said connector is characterized in that said second flange has an upper ply and a lower ply and said upper ply of said second flange and said lower ply of said second flange are in contact and are joined by an adhesive bond. The connection of claim 1, wherein: said connector is characterized in that said second flange has an upper ply and a lower ply and said upper ply of said second flange and said first flange are in contact and are joined by a spot weld.
The connection of claim 1, wherein: said connector is characterized in that said second flange has an upper ply and a lower ply and said upper ply of said second flange and said first flange are in contact and are joined by an adhesive bond.


A third flange can extend from the second flange over the held member to strengthen the connection.
This third flange can also be labeled a tie strap, a connecting flange or a support flange.In principle, it is certainly not difficult to make T-shaped connectors by cutting them, for example, from extruded sections having appropriate cross-sectional shape. Since this third flange substantially has only the function of a tie strap, meaning that in installed condition under load it is subjected to stress and strain substantially only by tensile forces oriented in its long direction, it can of course be thinner as a rule than, for example, the second flange, and thus generally has only single-ply structure.To ensure that the third flange does not have to be hammered or similarly treated for the first time during installation in order to form it such that its underside facing the first flange rests flush on the held member to be connected, the third flange adjacent the first flange can be disposed or formed in a manner offset in the direction of the first flange such that its underside is substantially aligned with the underside of the second flange, as will be further explained hereinafter on the basis of a practical example with reference to FIG. 4, 8 and 12).To achieve a further increase in flexural strength of the connector or of a portion of the connector, at least one flange can be reinforced by at least one molded crease or the like. In a further preferred embodiment, both first and second fastener openings associated with one another can also be formed if necessary as threaded holes, so that the screw to be introduced into them during installation or screwed into them in the finally installed condition is held by thread engagement and therefore interlockingly in both first and second fastener openings.BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGSFIG.
1 shows a one-piece sheet-metal wood connector according to the invention in cross section, viewed in the direction of section line I—I inFIG. Phantom lines show the second flange offset from the first flange so that it lies flush with the top face of the held member.FIG.
It shows an alternate arrangement of parts in the angle region between the first and second fastening flange. 3a shows another version of a wood connector according to the invention (without the third flange or support flange) in perspective.FIG. 3, a further version of the connector in which width B of third flange 12 is considerably larger than width b of second flange 6 and of first flange 4.FIG. 1 of another version of the wood connector viewed in the direction of section line V—V in FIG.
17 shows a cross-section view of a wood connector according to the invention, viewed along section line 17—17 in FIG.
Connector 1 has a first flange 4 to be disposed against the end face 2? of held member 2 to be connected, and a second flange 6 extending away therefrom and to be disposed against an upper side surface 3? of holding member 3.The first flange 4 is provided with fastener openings 7 and 8 and second fastener opening 9. Fastener openings 7 of first flange 4 are formed as round holes oriented obliquely relative to its contact surface 4?, which holes are provided with an oblique forced guide for the respective fasteners 11 to be driven in.
1, thickness d of second flange 6 is doubled by folding the edge of the corresponding sheet-metal blank over along the rim of second flange 6 facing away from the held member 2, thus acquiring a value of 2 S, since the two plies of second flange 6 are in surface contact with one another.As is further evident from FIGS.


1 and 3 of the drawing, upper ply 6? of second flange 6 is elongated in the direction of the held member 2 to be connected, beyond first flange 4, to a third flange 12.
1 (in other words the angle region between first and second flanges 4 and 6 respectively as well as third flange 12 if applicable) in a further version of a connector 1 without third flange 12.
1—the free end portion of upper ply 6? of second flange 6 is formed such that it is parallel to the angle region between the first and second flanges 4 and 6, so that the resisting torque of second flange 6 is correspondingly increased.
1 through 3, which also comprises a thin steel sheet of 2 mm thickness, but which is not provided with a third flange 12, wherein here again the thickness of first flange 4 is 2 mm and thickness d of second flange is twice as large, or in other words is 4 mm. 3a also shows a further version (illustrated with dot-dash lines) in which the one half of the first flange is swung up by 90° relative to the other half, and during installation is guided into a corresponding slot of held member 2 and held there with dowel pins.FIG. 3 a further version in which width B of third flange 12 is considerably larger than width b of second flange 6 and of first flange 4. In this case third flange 12 can form a right-angled surface, as in the embodiment according to FIGS. 9 through 11, it is obvious that third flange 12 has one-ply, first flange 4 two-ply and second flange 6 three-ply structure, wherein the rim of second flange 6 facing away from third flange 12 is rounded off as in the embodiments described hereinabove, since the third ply of second flange 6 extends into the upper and lower plies.The version according to FIGS. 9) in that the two upper plies of the second flange are rounded off by appropriately folding the edges over, and in that thereunder there is disposed the third ply of second flange 6, which ends in truncated form at the rim of second flange 6 facing away from third flange 12.FIGS. 17, 18 and 19, first flange 4 is provided with three mutually parallel rows of fastener openings 7 and 8, the longitudinal axis of which is disposed obliquely relative to the plane of first flange 4 (as far as outer fastener openings 7 adjacent the rim are concerned), so that fasteners 11, which are to be driven through outer fastener openings 7 during assembly, and which in FIG. 17 and 19, the longitudinal central line 5 of this second fastener opening 9 is also oriented obliquely relative to the plane of first flange 4 and thus—in the installed condition—relative to connection end face 2? of held member 2 as well. It is aligned with longitudinal central line 5? of a first fastener opening 10 adjacent the free end portion of second flange 6 and formed therein.



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