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? for trebruchet, oldryder, or those in the know

Posted by cluelessincolorado (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 18, 14 at 12:52

This may be an obvious question, but I'm confused/clueless. I have purchased a slab of leathered absolute black and would like to know how much room needs to be built in for cutting. If there are adjacent pieces cut, how much real estate has to be left in between? Thanks!


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RE: ? for trebruchet, oldryder, or those in the know

That needs to be answered by your fabricator because of layout, shop processes and other factors.


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RE: ? for trebruchet, oldryder, or those in the know

cluelessincolorado:

I can't disagree with kevdp4.

I need to know that you're not attempting stone slab fabrication as a do-it-yourself project. You can nail down three tab roof shingles and even wire an outlet from internet videos and following manufacturer instructions without endangering yourself or yours. No so with stone slabs.


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RE: ? for trebruchet, oldryder, or those in the know

ROTFL!!! No, I am NOT attempting to do any DIY fabricating, cross my heart :-)
I agree with contacting the fabricators, but I was looking for a very general (conservative) amount. 6", 10", that kind of guidance for layout.
Thanks!


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