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Author Topic: Trimming interior roof curves?  (Read 1137 times)
Tony LEE
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« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2014, 05:08:19 PM »

Thanks for the responses everyone, really appreciate it.

Sorry if I was a bit unclear before: I was talking about a wall that goes across the width of the bus, so one side of the paneling is curved to match the curvature of bus side wall. That's where I need the flexible trim. Here's a pic of the place I mean: https://db.tt/PBFTfY26

Cary and Don: I can't get in my mind exactly what you mean about laying the crown molding flush to the wall and having a gap... sorry about the dense-ness, haha. I didn't think crown molding would work where I'm talking about because of the curvature... Does the 4107 have curved sides like an MC9?

Charles in SC: I will have to look into that, thanks for the tip!

I made up a crude steamer and steam bent normal timber mouldings
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« Reply #16 on: August 08, 2014, 05:09:38 PM »

Luke:  That looks like a really cool idea!  it's amazing what you can find on youtube. Good luck with the project and don't forget to let's us know how it turns out.
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