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Old 11-09-2017, 11:21 PM   #8901
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Once a dropped off copper gutters for a friend of mine and he did it. Turned as green as the Statue of Liberty. Was pretty cool.


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We used to do it a lot up on the ridge,, The brush looks not so good but the spray bottle looks good.
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Old 11-10-2017, 09:11 AM   #8902
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Ugh, 20 foot redwood glue ups.

Back through the rip saw and planer now.

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You need more clamps
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Your shop is looking great.
It's getting there. Always something else to set up, do, move etc. Trying to get two moulders on line and my 30hp DC set up.

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Perfect timing for this copper job. Made up for a chitty week today. Not my cup of tea on this house but the lady loves it. She can't wait till they patina though.


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Once a dropped off copper gutters for a friend of mine and he did it. Turned as green as the Statue of Liberty. Was pretty cool.


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Is that copper drip edge on the gables?
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Whoa that's sweet, how much of a premium does that cost?

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Depends. This was an easy one so about 5 or 6x the price of what it would of been in aluminum 6"


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Is that copper drip edge on the gables?


Copper was used on the rakes, valleys, chimney flashing and vent collars.


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Screened in porch came out nice

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Made the Makeup Table that fits into the curved corner by the closet. Designed a stand for the tri-fold mirror that can move back and forth along the backsplash.

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Made the Makeup Table that fits into the curved corner by the closet. Designed a stand for the tri-fold mirror that can move back and forth along the backsplash.

The mirrors make that project fantastic. Excellent – really – that’s a nice project, Leo!
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The owner was thrilled about getting it there. Loved the way the mirror fit into place and how I was so innovative on the way I made the shelf. And then I showed them that the shelf could move back and forth along the backsplash he was blown away. Simple things can sometimes impress.

Here's the Mirror. I took two pix of it with the ruler laid out. The other view was the height. The mirror will fold up to the size of one pane. It has a latch on the side to hold all three panels together for travel.

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Came together well, very nice Leo.

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The owner was thrilled about getting it there. Loved the way the mirror fit into place and how I was so innovative on the way I made the shelf. And then I showed them that the shelf could move back and forth along the backsplash he was blown away. Simple things can sometimes impress.

Here's the Mirror. I took two pix of it with the ruler laid out. The other view was the height. The mirror will fold up to the size of one pane. It has a latch on the side to hold all three panels together for travel.



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Leo,

Was poking around your website looking at your projects. Very nice work!

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