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Radius Casing question

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 7:37AM

I need the casing shown below for a job. All I need is two pieces one straight at 5' and another at a 65 degree radius ( width 71 3/8 rise 10 1/2 ) length should be 8' it will be painted.

My question is would it be cost efficiant to use ultra -flex moulding or have someone cut it out on a Thermwood? The size is 1 1/4 thick X 3 3/4 wide MDF is fine. I think Ultra-Flex is about $250.00

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 12:24PM

I would think you should be able to get someone to machine that for less than $250... especially if you did the CAD work and just send the file.
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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 6:31PM

Hi Gary try in here for a DXF on it
I think it is under casing
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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 7:41PM

Thanks George,

I made a DXF of the moulding profile. I tried to post it but the DXF extension is not allowed.

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Rick Palechuk » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 9:46PM

You should be able to post it if you Zip it first.

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 10:23PM

Thanks Rick that worked.

Here is the DXF file of the moulding profile

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 10:46PM

Here is a drawing of where the trim is going

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby DanEpps » Fri, Jun 05 2009, 6:21AM

I think I would go with the flexible molding because if your design is off any at all, you will have an ill-fitting molding.

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Jun 05 2009, 7:14AM

Gary Try this pice
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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby DanEpps » Fri, Jun 05 2009, 8:20AM

Hey George, I see you posted another picture of your wife after you didn't do what she told you to!!! :joker:

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Re: Radius Casing question

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She is not working now I can use her in the shop now

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Re: Radius Casing question

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Fri, Jun 05 2009, 11:23AM

I think that would cost more than $250 to machine, George. So would the moulding. :joker:
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