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Old 02-01-2013, 09:43 AM
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from translating the captions
like this?
The device on the roof of a double seam with the mandrel and mallet played 22 international champions konkuursa roofers - Team Hungary. http://www.25mm.ru/
its a skills type competition
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I'm a fan of stepflashing, but the customer gets what they ask. NP1 will get me paid. Unfortunately its the weak point in the boat hull. Does anyone have experience with the new epoxy resins? We've used them in anchors without a hint of shrinkage after a few years. I suspect the way resin survives in the wild it would make a fine seal.
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Soldering the standing seams isn't necessary and risks accidentally letting acid and solder run down onto the panels. As far as the hip detail goes, if possible make the panels work out such that a standing seam falls where the hips are. Here are some pics of some that I have done. For straight panels you can bend male and female standing seams, but for curved panels you will have to do simple male standing seams on each side and cover with a batten. I caulk between the standing seams during installation and use a high quality underlayment to prevent any problems with leaks.
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