Amazingly simple question that I can't seem to use google to find me the correct answer.
I need to build a rectangular frame built from fence posts that is also supported by 3x3 6ft fence posts. I know how to build the rectangle, but, what do I need to securely attach the frame to the posts?
The frame takes a little imagination. I need to create a roll off roof section on a shed, so I want to frame the inside of the shed then extend back away from it 6ft.
Top down it would look like a digital figure of 8 with half of the 8 within the shed.
On top of the figure of 8 will be the roof on rails and wheels, so it needs to be a bit stronger than nails (I think)
In the picture you can see the near side frame structure, the cross beam will go inside the shed at the same height as the top of the wall and there will be another 6 ft beam attached there and running out to the upright nearest to me. But there will obviously be beams running at 90 degrees to this also and the same on the far side. I appreciate there will need to be some support battons running at 45 degrees from the uprights to the cross beams.