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'Pretzel' - 30" x 32"
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 Posted: Sat Nov 25th, 2006 02:39 am
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I can certainly see how this is going to be a nice compact little RR :wave:

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 Posted: Sat Nov 25th, 2006 01:07 pm
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Hey Dwyane, that is lookng really good. How steep is the grade and what do you use to cut the foam?

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 Posted: Sat Nov 25th, 2006 02:51 pm
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Trebor wrote: Hey Dwyane, that is lookng really good. How steep is the grade and what do you use to cut the foam?

Bob


I am not sure of the grade's as I have not calculated them but I guessing the the one on the right is the steepest more than 4%.

The tool I have been using is a surfoam pocket plane, a much older version 20+ yrs

 



 

I have one of these also but cannot seem to find it.

 

 



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This is a fantastic looking layout!

Excellent work!

:apl::thumb::thumb::apl:



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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2006 03:43 am
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I have one of these also but cannot seem to find it.

 




I have it Dwyane! :P

Really I do have one just like it...it does not look like much but it sure makes quick work of the foam! :thumb:



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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2006 06:43 pm
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Don't you just hate that when you don't know where you put it. LOL:bg:



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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2006 09:06 pm
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I got one too its great for wood I never thought to use it for foamboard:wave:

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 Posted: Thu Nov 30th, 2006 01:09 pm
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LiveSteamer wrote: Don't you just hate that when you don't know where you put it. LOL:bg:


Yeah, An then I go and buy another and another and wind up with two or three of the same thing........

progress has slow way down as I have been taking care of a honey do list , mainly xmas decorations

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I cheated and did our decorations a day or 2 before Thanksgiving during the nice warm weather we had...sure beats the heck out of sliding arond on a frozen  roof and ladder!:shocked:



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Hotshot wrote: I cheated and did our decorations a day or 2 before Thanksgiving during the nice warm weather we had...sure beats the heck out of sliding arond on a frozen  roof and ladder!:shocked:


I might have too but, I had hurt my foot the sunday before thanksgiving and was to be resting with my foot elevated, so climbing ladders and moving boxes was not in the cards that week. 

I did manage to seek out and work on the layout that week went the boss was away or not looking.



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