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Old 07-01-2012, 01:59 PM   #1
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How to radius concrete forms.

I am putting a curb around a grave plot that is a corner plot in our cemetery. I would like to radius the form on the corner. I am using 7/16" CDX sheets for my form material. The outside dimensions of this plot is 10' X 10' with one corner having an undetermined radius. How do I make my own bender-board out of my form material or how do I accomplish this corner.


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How to radius concrete forms.

use 1/4" plywood and more stakes in that area.


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