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Old 05-01-2015, 11:36 AM   #11
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I plan on using the front panel as a template. The curve is right there
This.

Every time I see the front and rear panels in my scrap pile, I think of the members struggling with this.

I don't know why no one has mentioned this sooner.

However, my favorite is to not use a curve at all. Raise the roof, vault the ceiling, and enjoy nice flat surfaces to work with.

I have seen some amazing builds here. It kills me to see the crappy low ceiling, counters above window height, fridges sticking way out in the walk way, ect, all due to that low, curved ceiling.

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Old 05-01-2015, 11:43 AM   #12
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This.

Every time I see the front and rear panels in my scrap pile, I think of the members struggling with this.

I don't know why no one has mentioned this sooner.

(snip)

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