Jobs in progress-updated June 24, 1999

Ornamental plaster
Potomac, Maryland

Mold template Mold template
Mold template is made from cardboard computer printout. Finished mold template.
Coke cans slide real nice.
Ornamental plaster mouldings Ornamental plaster
A wooden track is screwed to a chalk line Moulding is filled and several passes are made. Here holes are filled in for the final pass.
Finished moulding. arch
Finished moulding.


mitering rod
                            Corners are filled and tooled with a mitering rod.
 
Details Details are pointed
up.
swing arm is made for the arch Mold for the arch
A swing arm is made for the arch. Mold for the arch.
pivoting swing arm DELETED PICTURE-SORRY
A pivoting swing arm is made from
a 1x8 supported by another 1x8.
Arch is filled and several passes
are made.
Finished arch.
Arch is round and the same depth
all the way around.
This method is superior to a metal corner bead. It takes a lot longer but there are no flat spots.
front wall and back wall are white coated Later, front wall and back wall
are white coated.
We still have a ways to
go in this kitchen.
Please check back.

 
NO CAMERAS ALLOWED
Still working in the
Naval Security Station,
Washington, DC
for Grunley Construction
patching plaster
Naval Security Station