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Now it's getting some character

2023-07-09 22:35:05.152548+02 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Now it's getting some character. Off to the hardware store to get more sanding disks....

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#Comment Re: Now it's getting some character made: 2023-07-10 14:51:17.168415+02 by: brainopener

Is that roof material one piece of plywood?

How do you get a bend like that?

#Comment Re: Now it's getting some character made: 2023-07-10 16:38:45.421203+02 by: stevesh

Amazing. In my next life, I'll be a carpenter.

#Comment Re: Now it's getting some character made: 2023-07-11 00:42:05.943099+02 by: Dan Lyke

It's three pieces of 1/8" plywood laminated (poorly) with PL as the adhesive. Every time I do a lamination I learn something, this experience was no exception. But it is strong. I'm gonna screw it to the frame (and then cover the top with caulk and brass), but every time I clamp it to work on it I'm reminded that it doesn't flex a bit.

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