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here is a nice groin vault hung with 1/2

brisketbean's picture

We finally got to hang this nice groin vault that we framed last december, it is 19 feet off the floor, an oval shaped barrel 45 feet long, with 5 oval shaped cross vaults, it had a major axis of 104 3/4", a minor axis of 79" and was a lot of fun to hang. A middle aged fat man, one college boy and a 14 year old hung it in about three days.

(post #104319, reply #1 of 13)

Beautiful work, bb!


Jeff

(post #104319, reply #2 of 13)

Just a small request, do you have pictures of partway through?

(post #104319, reply #5 of 13)

You mean like this?




The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.
-- Albert Einstein

 

(post #104319, reply #7 of 13)

This kind of stuff is just fascinating! I would love to see the whole series and process. It all looks trickie!

(post #104319, reply #8 of 13)

It is a farm house near Happy Texas, around 8000 ft i think, it is a remodel, and i am the ceiling sub.

(post #104319, reply #9 of 13)

Absolutley amazing work. I'd be headscratching for days on that one.


Thanks for sharing!


J

(post #104319, reply #12 of 13)

Excellent work. What type of corner bead will you use?


Chuck S


live, work, build, ...better with wood
live, work, build, ...better with wood

(post #104319, reply #13 of 13)

I will be trying the no-coat 325 on the groins on this ceiling, I havent used it before but they sent me a box to try out, and it looks like a great product to me.

(post #104319, reply #3 of 13)

Very nice. Is that a residence ? I wish more people could afford to build like that, makes the days more interesting.


                            Mike


    Trust in God, but row away from the rocks.

                            Mike

    Small wheel turn by the fire and rod, big wheel turn by the grace of god.

(post #104319, reply #4 of 13)

Man, that's the kind of job to dream about.


Fantastic - just fantastic.


Forrest - envious

(post #104319, reply #6 of 13)

Nice work as usual Brisket.


Got any more pictures of that place, looks pretty cool.


Doug

(post #104319, reply #10 of 13)

Nice work. Challenging work like that is what keeps me in the trade.


Lignum est bonum.

Buccaneer Contracting

Penticton, BC

(post #104319, reply #11 of 13)

I will never complain about doing drywall again.


Dave