Brace

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Brace(s) or bracing may refer to:

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Construction and industrial arts[edit]

  • Brace (tool), a hand tool for drilling holes, also known as a Bit Brace
  • Brace (theatre), a stabilizer for a piece of scenery
  • A reinforcement used in architecture, such as in timber framing
  • Wheel brace, aka lug wrench, used to remove nuts or bolts holding wheels to a vehicle
  • Guitar bracing, internal reinforcements of a classical or acoustic guitar
  • Aircraft bracing, struts and wires which stiffen and strengthen the airframe
  • Cross brace, a cross-beam connecting between arches that is meant to add rigidity to the construction of mining tunnels
  • Cross bracing, a system utilized to reinforce building structures in which diagonal supports intersect
  • Guy-wire, a tensioned cable designed to add stability to a free-standing structure

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