Framer

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For The Framers of the United States Constitution, sometimes referred to as "The Framers", see Founding Fathers of the United States.
A framer in the United States nailing the roof decking to prefabricated trusses using a nail gun. His tool belt and safety glasses are typical. Hearing protection and fall arrest equipment is missing.

A framer is someone who frames (shapes or gives shape to, particularly in this case someone who constructs).[1] In building construction a framer is a carpenter who assembles the major structural elements of a wood-framed building called the framing. Framers build walls out of studs, sills, and headers; build floors from joists and beams; and frame roofs using ridge poles and rafters. Timber framers are framers who work in the traditional style of timber framing with wooden joinery.

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  1. ^ "Framer". def. 1. and "Frame, v." def. 5 and 7. Oxford English Dictionary Second Edition on CD-ROM (v. 4.0) © Oxford University Press 2009