Diagonal Lashing

Diagonal lashing is used to bind poles together that cross each other but do not touch when their ends are lashed in place in a structure.
The diagonal lashing gets its name from the fact that the wrapping turns cross the poles diagonally. The diagonal lashing can be used to bind poles that cross each other from 90 to 45 degrees.


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