New inside corners


john valachovic
 

Hey guys,

Doug and I had a very successful work session, we now have the
framework done for two complete 3' corners.

We were going to suggest that we bring one of the corners to the Egg
show to work on for a show and tell for the audience, but now it
sounds like if I want to bring my modules, one might have to be laid
and wired before the show.

We are at about $40-45 per corner at this point. This covers wood
for the framework, hardware and pink foam for the base. Doug
designed two out of the three legs to be folders, very cool!

The modules are very light. We still need to do sky boards and
figure out a way to crate them up together for moving them around.

Geoff, I will let you know later this week if we think we can get a
corner module together for the show. I thought I was going to be
able to set up on Saturday, but now I found out I'm working, so
Sunday it is! What time can we get in to set up?


nycrr8
 

John,

Could you (or Doug) please post pictures of the stages of
construction of these corner modules (and future stages as you
progress). I think that it would be very interesting to see how the
lightweight modules are put together. (Especially for those of us
who are still in the stone age of heavy weight modules.)

Also can you link to or post any articles (or write a brief
description) that describes how light weight modules are put
together?

Thanks,

John Henry


--- In AlbanyNTRAK@yahoogroups.com, "albanymain" <albanymain@...>
wrote:

Hey guys,

Doug and I had a very successful work session, we now have the
framework done for two complete 3' corners.

We were going to suggest that we bring one of the corners to the
Egg
show to work on for a show and tell for the audience, but now it
sounds like if I want to bring my modules, one might have to be
laid
and wired before the show.

We are at about $40-45 per corner at this point. This covers wood
for the framework, hardware and pink foam for the base. Doug
designed two out of the three legs to be folders, very cool!

The modules are very light. We still need to do sky boards and
figure out a way to crate them up together for moving them around.

Geoff, I will let you know later this week if we think we can get a
corner module together for the show. I thought I was going to be
able to set up on Saturday, but now I found out I'm working, so
Sunday it is! What time can we get in to set up?


nuddffoeg <nuddffoeg@...>
 

I think you can get in at 7:00 on Sunday - I'm not 100% positive -
I'll check.

--- In AlbanyNTRAK@yahoogroups.com, "albanymain" <albanymain@...> wrote:

Hey guys,

Doug and I had a very successful work session, we now have the
framework done for two complete 3' corners.

We were going to suggest that we bring one of the corners to the Egg
show to work on for a show and tell for the audience, but now it
sounds like if I want to bring my modules, one might have to be laid
and wired before the show.

We are at about $40-45 per corner at this point. This covers wood
for the framework, hardware and pink foam for the base. Doug
designed two out of the three legs to be folders, very cool!

The modules are very light. We still need to do sky boards and
figure out a way to crate them up together for moving them around.

Geoff, I will let you know later this week if we think we can get a
corner module together for the show. I thought I was going to be
able to set up on Saturday, but now I found out I'm working, so
Sunday it is! What time can we get in to set up?