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Working With Rebar

The bones beneath concrete's muscle, rebar has to be cut, bent and tied properly to do its job

Steel rebar is commonly used to strengthen concrete structures like foundations. The author describes what types and sizes are available, how to cut and bend it, and how to place it properly.

Working With Rebar
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