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Old 10-26-2014, 02:49 PM   #21
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Yes I have had that issue. I was afraid to walk on it. Something about the cap is too soft.
We haven't had any trouble while installing or after installation, it just seems impossible to get the product to the job site without scuffs. Definitely an issue with the quality of the cap.
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Old 10-26-2014, 03:27 PM   #22
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Any idea on the cost of the unit?
6 Grand includes the radius jig
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Old 10-26-2014, 06:34 PM   #23
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6 Grand includes the radius jig
That is awesome. Hope to own one someday.
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Old 10-30-2014, 09:48 PM   #24
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Old 10-31-2014, 01:21 AM   #26
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Good Show with that second 2 x 12. Great improvement in Your Stile Chris . I kinda thought that was your plan but wasn't sure.

I keep my post covered in white like that as well when installing solid ipe 4x4s.

Can not wait for the staircase.


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One inlay
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Old 11-07-2014, 10:29 AM   #28
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Chris , you and Mac are two of the best natural Carpenters I have ever seen.

But You really outdid yourself on that one.


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Looks great but I would love to see closeups of the radius.
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Very nice work Chris!
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I agree john, mac is an amazing carpenter and craftsman. Ive gotten alot f inspiration from his projects. Heavyd, I'm not sure if that was supposed to be a backhanded compliment or not, but I'll get some more pix when I'm out there next. This one has required handholding every step of the way and my bs reserve is about maxed out.
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I was intrigued by the bending process and would to see closeup how it all worked out, thats all. Its far more elaborate then any deck Ive built. Am jealous.
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Looks great! Are the guardrails going to be bent as well?
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Chris, I think I mentioned it before but I would have never even Thought about man handling those 2x12 like that.

As woodworkers we fight movement. On the other side of this fight is the wisdom of " working with the wood not against it " Taking the natural ,intrinsic cantankerous of wet pt pine and using it not fighting it You have satisfied both theaters.

Amazing .

Working in the radius has always been the top level for a Craftsmen. My contribution to this area has always been lamination . Seeing your work has added a new approach I have used a couple of times in several ways.

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When you cut the circle out, do you you sand or route the sharp edge? Just curious.
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Decking done

Want to come build a deck on my house?
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My goodness man. That is a beauty job! Well done!
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Looks awesome bone saw! Gotta love those curves! Nice to see you back around.



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