‘Full Scribe’ is a method used to fit logs stacked horizontally in a wall. During wall construction the next log to be fitted is set up over the log below, and the top shape of the log below it is scribed to the underside of the log above it. This log then has a long groove hand cut on its underside, so that once it is placed back on the wall, it will fit exactly and securely to the log below. At Alpine Log and Timber, we use industry best practice ‘double cut long groove method’ to construct our ‘full scribe’ log walls. The corners of the log walls are interlocked with notches, we prefer to use the ‘Saddle Notch’, as it works well for the Douglas Fir logs we use.
By zeoz|2018-02-26T01:29:56+00:00February 26th, 2018|