Angle brace

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(Carp.) a brace across an interior angle of a wooden frame, forming the hypothenuse and securing the two side pieces together.
See under Angle.

See also: Angle, Brace

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To determine the length of the angle brace, measure the vertical post from its base to the top wire, and double that length.
The final steps were to trim the tops of the teeth flush with the rake's head (except for the center tooth), give the handle a light sanding, and install an angle brace in the form of twisted wire to keep the rake's head perpendicular to the handle.
from the ceiling, attach an angle brace to eliminate sway.
Connecting a structure to an existing slab requires either drilling and setting an expanding anchor bolt with a galvanized post anchor (Figure 29-2) or connecting to the slab using an angle brace (Figure 29-3).
Our buck is made of six pieces of 48" long rough-sawn 2 x 4s for the three X's, with four 1 x 6 horizontal pieces screwed to the legs top and bottom (two on either side), and one 40" angle brace nailed on the back between the horizontals (see photo).
Connecting your structure to an existing slab will require either drilling and setting an expansion anchor bolt and galvanized-post anchor or making a connection using an angle brace. In cases in which wind may lift the structure, consider using both techniques.
Photo 12 shows how to anchor the top shelf with an angle brace. If you also want to anchor the bottom of the final upright, drive a trim screw at an angle through the shelf from underneath.
Pull the assembled spine up the scaffolding, and bolt it in place to the top pole pivot, making sure that the bolt hole on the spine for the angle brace is facing the downward side.
11 SLIDE the top end of the angle brace between the beam's two components.
7 SCREW the rafters in place after installing the overhead beams (K) (Photo 6), the ridge beam (N), the angle brace (L), the door frame brace (Q), and the rear wall studs and plywood.