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Old 02-14-2018, 09:04 PM   #9321
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:20 PM   #9322
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That looks nice! Do you ever round over your cut ends? And I'm assuming you don't do miters because they don't stay tight?
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That looks nice! Do you ever round over your cut ends? And I'm assuming you don't do miters because they don't stay tight?


I don't round over the ends, just cut them clean. And yes, no more miters. They move too much for my liking.

I was able to go back to a customers home and noticed it. They didn't care, but I did.


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Here's how the cabinet will swing

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Here's how the cabinet will swing

Offset from center pivot is a PITA.
I've only dealt with it once, and it took a bit of trial and error with mock ups.

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Took about 5 minutes in a cardboard mock up to find what worked. Took me an hour to make that stupid gif. I made the drawing because I needed to know if that inside corner near the pivot point was going to hit the trim board. Misses it by about 3/8" in the drawing. Hopefully that'll be real life too.
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I like that Leo.
I've got one in my house that was here when I bought it. I like that system better than what I've got.
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The pivot hinges they sell for this type of cabinet are designed for a cabinet the same thickness as the wall. Offsetting the pivot point gets you a bigger cabinet. I have one more of these to do. I think it's going to be a 18" deep cabinet, the offset will be much bigger than this one.
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Yeah man, tons of fun...

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An no....not moving the skylight

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It hot down there ? Your guys are marking the chit out of the shingles


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It's about 82.

That is roofing cement......they insist on using it here around all penetrations and flashing

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It's about 82.

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Looks like one of those old wasco skylights with no flashing kit. Those were a great idea lol


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Naturally this crap gets everywhere.... all over your tools and hoses too

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Used to have to use gasoline to get that chit off when I used to to roofing


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Roof in a day

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Use lead vent boots down there? Looks to be nice work you are doing.
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