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Old 03-13-2017, 01:44 AM   #61 (permalink)
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I see that there are compound curves. The Polymetal would only do simple curves.

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I see that there are compound curves. The Polymetal would only do simple curves.
I have no time for projects. Not at present. But The Beard Free has made want to do something with Poly Metal.
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Here's mine, a teardrop trailer. With me it's the cost. It comes in 5x10 sheets, this would require 2 1/2. And a Plymetal (aluminum skinned plywood AKA swing-door material) deck on a Dexter axle.

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