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What parts is a tent made of?


What parts is a tent made of?

The name of each part of the tent. Tents are carried in parts and assembled on site, so a variety of parts and tools are needed. Know the name of each part and use method, familiar with the structure of the tent, in order to quickly and conveniently erect the tent. 

Tent body: tent curtain, pillar and cushion. 
Strut: Any of various types having a straight or two - or three-way connection.
In some tubular struts, the bending parts need to be connected with wire. 
Frame: Used for bullet tents or hut tents, with short bars of materials to form pillars or beams. 
Dong: The very top part of the tent. 
Roof: The part that forms the slope of a tent. 
Wall: Part of a wall on the side of a tent. Some tents have none at all. 
Canopy: A section of a roof that opens forward and is supported by other struts.
Door: The entrance and exit of the tent. A window may be provided on the other side. 
Floor mat: A mat laid on the ground in a tent. If the moisture heavy place, also need to spread a layer of bamboo mat. 
Flying mat: A mat laid on the roof of a tent to protect it from strong sunlight. The second roof. Main rope: also known as post rope. Separated from the two ends of the pillar, the role of the pillar to avoid tilt, and fixed with nails.
Corner rope: extended from the bottom edge of the roof of a tent curtain and fixed with nails. Nails: Inserted into the ground to secure ropes and the bottom edge of tent curtains. There are wood, metal and synthetic resin. Wooden hammer or hammer: used to hammer nails into the ground. A part made of wood or metal that is attached to a main rope or corner rope. The cable passes through two holes in between and moves to control the cable.
Sack: a sack of cloth packed with curtains and stanchels, nails, and wooden maul.

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