Tent pole

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August 25, 2019 at 09:33


In architecture, a tent pole is a long rigid free-standing structure which is utilized to prop up a canvas (or some other loose fabricky material) well above its normal resting position.



Tent Pole Maintenance[edit]

Once a tent pole is successfully erected, it may be varnished with copious quantities of linseed oil or some other handy lubricating substance that just happens to be close at hand. This process aids in maintaining the tent pole's structural stiffness. However, extreme caution is advised because an overly vigorous application of lubricant to the tent pole may cause sudden and catastrophic failure.




















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