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Old 07-18-2014, 01:10 PM   #1
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next project, pix to follow
tt mocha/pecan
brownstone rail w/lighting
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Old 07-18-2014, 02:22 PM   #2
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Cool looking project.Wondering what the rim joists and rail on all of the radius will be made from"? I love a challenge.

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So what? 2-3 days top?

Looks like a cool project.
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So what? 2-3 days top?

Looks like a cool project.
I'm pretty sure that Killer could do it in 2 days.

Looks like a challenging project Chris. What material are you using?
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Old 07-18-2014, 04:04 PM   #5
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I've never done a circle, inset. good luck.

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Old 07-18-2014, 07:44 PM   #6
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Chris Man !! Good to see Ya.

Are you going to bend the 2 x 12s on this one ?

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week into it
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Interesting new approach with the curves Chris.

I think the ends of the joists extending will make for less movement on your project.

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Some decking on
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What software do you use for design?
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How are you going to cut the boards to accomodate the circle boards? Skilsaw?

How do you bend composite boards anyway? Never done it..
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How were the rim joists done?
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How do you bend composite boards anyway? Never done it..
270 degrees Fahrenheit
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Slightly off topic, but I can't help but to wonder when looking at that much TT tigerwood, have any of you guys had trouble with legacy decking coming out scuffed or scratched from your supplier? We've done at least a dozen legacy jobs this year and have had trouble on all of them. I think it has something to do with our distributor having a gravel yard and small rocks getting between the boards before shipping. I mentioned it at DeckExpo this week and it was the first they heard of it. I can move this to s new topic if it gets too off topic.
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Slightly off topic, but I can't help but to wonder when looking at that much TT tigerwood, have any of you guys had trouble with legacy decking coming out scuffed or scratched from your supplier? We've done at least a dozen legacy jobs this year and have had trouble on all of them. I think it has something to do with our distributor having a gravel yard and small rocks getting between the boards before shipping. I mentioned it at DeckExpo this week and it was the first they heard of it. I can move this to s new topic if it gets too off topic.
Yes I have had that issue. I was afraid to walk on it. Something about the cap is too soft.
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How is this applied? At manufacturers end?
TREX CustomCurve - Deck Parts Bending - Glenbrook…: http://youtu.be/Z95kJPaBct4
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TREX CustomCurve - Deck Parts Bending - Glenbrook…: http://youtu.be/Z95kJPaBct4
Any idea on the cost of the unit?

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