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    1000pcs, 9,000 feet in length:




    basement:


    arch template assembling:



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    Walls before floor? I'm looking forward to more photos and explanation!
    It's not about you.

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      Originally posted by alex946 View Post
      The height of 15 feet, length 50 feet, width of 20 feet. A little crazy.
      Step 34



      Step 73:


      There are more than 50 photos, whether it is necessary to open a separate topic?
      Looking forward to more pics and info!
      Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
      http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them

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        WOW.

        I love the homemade arches. Does the building inspection dept. know about this marvel? (smiley)

        Keep the photos coming.....

        thanks

        michael

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          Originally posted by michaely View Post
          Does the building inspection dept. know about this marvel?
          Yes. Much easier than I expected.





          Bessey clamps is excellent...

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            Alex,

            You have a nice building inspection department!

            In the close up photo of the bottom of one of the arches being raised I counting up to eight laminations..... is this right? ........ what thickness of wood are you using for the lamination and how long does it take to laminate one arch?

            nice

            good luck

            michael

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              Originally posted by michaely View Post
              In the close up photo of the bottom of one of the arches being raised I counting up to eight laminations..... is this right?
              10 layers
              Originally posted by michaely View Post
              what thickness of wood are you using for the lamination
              3/4" x 2"
              Originally posted by michaely View Post
              and how long does it take to laminate one arch?
              1-2 hours

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                I thought you said you had 50+ pictures? Lets see some more.

                This is a very interesting building and I would like to know more about its construction.

                Thanks.
                Don't trust everything you see on Holmes on Homes;
                http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com...lems-with-them

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                  Originally posted by Bobcdn View Post
                  I thought you said you had 50+ pictures? Lets see some more.

                  This is a very interesting building and I would like to know more about its construction.

                  Thanks.
                  ya I've been waiting for them all to get posted too.
                  Name is Kamil

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                        Last edited by alex946; 06-03-2012, 02:04 PM.

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                            Very interesting thread!
                            What are the distances of those floor joists?

                            Looking forward to seeing the rest of the photos...

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                              Yahoo! What a blast following that along vicariously. Great shop.

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