Shorter studs that support the ends of a header, which in turn supports the load of the studs above the opening. Also called trimmers. Back to alphabetical list ...
Jack Stud: framing members, generally 2'x4's, which form the inside of the window or door rough opening, running from the sole plate to the header
Jamb: the piece of a window or door that stops the sash from continuing to close ...
Jack Stud - A partial stud nailed next to full studs to support the header at door (and some window) openings.
Jamb - An exposed upright member on each side of a window frame, door frame or door lining.
jack stud (poteau nain, m.) A block or short stud nailed to rough door or window studding to add strength and provide a solid bearing for the lintel and nailing member for the finished door jamb or window frame.
jalousie window See window types.
Also called a jack stud. A vertical member that supports the header in an opening of a bearing or supporting wall.
Almost every board is curved slightly. The crown is the top of the curve of a board.
Shorter stud in window or door framing that supports the header over the opening
Windows with movable, horizontal glass slats angled to admit ventilation and keep out rain; also, outside shutters of wood constructed in this way.
Cut two jack studs to the height of the rough opening, nail these to full-length, or king, studs so their bottom edges are flush, and secure these doubled studs to the floor plate at the rough-opening marks. Then, nail the header in place on the jack studs.
Jack Stud An extra vertical supporting member in a frame wall or partition over a door, window or archway. Jalousies Adjustable glass louvers in doors or windows that regulate light and air or exclude rain. Jamb The side framing or finish of a doorway or windows.
5. Select the two Jack Studs, measure, mark, cut the Jack Studs to the dimensions of the lower portion of the vertical rough opening; subtract 1 1/2" to allow for the thickness of the Base Plate; nail the lower Jack Studs in place.
The first studs on either side, the jack studs, go only as high as the rough opening of the doorway. On top of those go a double header. Since it is none load bearing a 2x6 header is sufficient. Use two 2x6's with a piece of 1/2 plywood sandwiched between.
Each end of the header beam is supported by vertical members called jack studs and king studs. A rough sill at the bottom of the opening does not carry structural loads but helps to anchor the window unit. The sill sits on cripple stud vertical members.
This method is essentially the same as framing a door opening and filling in the lower area with jack studs and a sill that runs between two trimmer studs. Of course, for a door opening the bottom plate is cut out after the wall sections are tilted into place.