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Laguna wood bathtubs

2007-10-03 01:53:43.683511+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

There are things of which I say "Hey, Charlene, you've gotta come see this". And then there are things I'm tempted to secretly bury and try to forget, because I know we can't possibly afford one, and any further discussion of the topic will end up talking about how we can fabricate such a thing. I know, for instance, that we've been talking about things you could do to make bathroom shower surfaces something other than acres of plastic, without bringing in a few tons of marble or granite...

Laguna wood bathtubs.

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#Comment Re: made: 2007-10-03 14:53:47.198073+00 by: Dan Lyke

Reading through the web pages and the Festool Owner's Group thread on the topic, maybe it's not as difficult as I thought. A simple version might start with making a form, fitting a veneer shell over the form, removing the shell and laying down a layer of resin, replacing the shell over the wet resin, and then doing a fiberglass layer on the outside of the veneer shell.


#Comment Re: made: 2007-10-03 19:06:16.575294+00 by: crasch

Very pretty!