John Ellis
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At 12:01pm on August 18, 2009, Chris Franzen said…
lol. Life can be frustrating at times! But I am not at liberty to say...
At 10:39am on August 18, 2009, Chris Franzen said…
I did finish it! It looked really good, I think Paul decided it would look better in his place so he took it home.
At 2:50pm on August 11, 2009, Chris Franzen said…
When you drill your holes for the fiber, drill completely thru the melamine. When you run your fiber thru the hole let it extend 2 or so inches past. Then use tape to fix it in place underneath ur casting this case melamine. When u demold you concrete piece will look like a porcupine. It is easiest to place your formwork on top of something to elevate it so you can reach the underneath side.
At 1:59pm on August 11, 2009, Chris Franzen said…
Thats great! I think you may have found the right place....Man that was a good Turkey!

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