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|#477 Part II|
|Author: Duramaxer (Show all albums)|
First attempt in the vacuum bag also failed. The laminate was oversize and the edges snapped right off.
We heated the laminate to shape the radius. We failed a couple of times until we got the temperature just right and kind of a feel for how to do it. Then we clamped it down and after it cooled of it keot the right shape.
Buiscuit joints on the nose piece.
Yes! Vacuum laminating the Formica next.
Here Henning is gluing the lower extension on the edge.
So far so good
The big issue with the countertop is the original raised nose edge. The red piece is the original one. This kind of woodwork is way out of my league and my good friend Henning has come to my resque.
Got the bath duck. And no, that ain't shampoo :-)
Happy with the edge trim. Got it from a marine shop on eBay.
Will make a drawer where the low mount stove used to be. If I can't find a retro style 230v microwave
Table fixtures sits deep in the insulation and I was concerned that I would have to make spacers for them but that was not nesessary no problem.
Still missing for the bench top. The nose edge profile was a bit of a challenge but we believe to have it sorted soon.
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