Framing carpentry or first fix carpentry generally includes all the big heavy jobs that take place before plastering. Such as framing walls (studwork), framing floors (joisting), and drylining (plasterboarding/tacking) for example. Framing carpenters build timber framed houses.
Click on a link below for more tips for each of the various framing carpentry jobs and pages that help with the maths needed too:
Setting out and framing walls is a standard carpentry task. There are endless variations and types but the basics are always the same. Click above for instructions on building solid and level stud-work walls. Once built, you can;
The door lining needs to be fitted square, plumb and in wind so the door functions properly and the architrave miters are quick and easy to get to fit perfectly.
Noggins, otherwise known as blocking and bridging are used all over during framing carpentry to stiffen structures and to provide a fixing for sheet materials and more. There are a few types like straight and herringbone struts, click the link above for more info.