By San Miguel Engineering
Hogan in the Texas Hill Country
Hogan frame near Cottonwood, AZ, 2015
Hogan frame used to hoist 1100 lb Cummins Diesel Engine, and in the process the whole front end of the truck got lifted off the ground.
You can make a shop out of your E-Z Hogan and lift stuff if you want.
A lumber rack on the back of a truck works excellent to put scaffolding on.
Except for a couple hours of help, I put this frame up by myself. David
Photo credits to my wife on the pictures like this that you see me in. David
I recommend concrete form turnbuckles to plumb up the posts.
Hogan kit on a pallet
Santa Fe, New Mexico hogan frame
20′ diameter, using an E-Z Hogan Roof Ring, at Cripple Creek, Colorado, around 100 psf snow load
Myron and his brother at work at the Shiprock Open Market.
Gabriel Lee, Shiprock Dealer
David Royer, Professional Engineer & E-Z Hogan Inventor
Monument Valley of course
Montezuma Creek, Utah, Nice work!
Norwood, Colorado gazebo before the roof was put on.
Nice view from a nice gazebo.
Montezuma Creek, Utah
House at 1295 San Miguel Street, Norwood, Colorado – Built using E-Z Hogan brackets and Aerated Concrete Block
48 Exposed rafters
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