One of the most used structures for heights is the Ringlock Scaffolding, which is a set of node connections with rosettes and horizontal member with a cast end of ledge or transom. When the rosettes and ledger ends are joint with each other, a strong connection and structure is obtained. This scaffolding has a ringlock of approximate 8 holes, out of which 4 are small and 4 are large. Smaller hole of it are the one on which ledge/ transoms are fitted, whereas in larger holes at various angles diagonal bay braces and ledgers are fixed. Further, the Ringlock Scaffolding find its use in tunnel engineering, elevated water towers, bridge engineering, power plants, construction sites and many such projects where working on height is required.