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Old 06-18-2016, 09:54 PM   #1
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Timber Column Formwork.


So we are doing a column next week.

It's 1800h with a diameter of 1200, have already formed the frames in two halves but having a hard time bending the 6mm mdf sheets into the frames for the lining.

Its a finished product after its stripped so hesitant to try kerfing - would layering something thinner be more suitable for the curve?
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