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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Also teaching FF's son a life lesson to become a manager, Blowing a lot of hot air goes further than hard work  :D

It really was a great lesson actually. He leaned and demonstrated to Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS).

But also that when something beautiful and artisitc works, it's worth waiting for... like a Ferrari....



Offline the360


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always wanted to give this a go on one of my builds and i finally had the balls to attempt it on my own this is the result.

cedar lining board 137mmx9mm  28sqm total time 9 hours  :D



Offline Brenton

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Offline amgsl55

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always wanted to give this a go on one of my builds and i finally had the balls to attempt it on my own this is the result.

cedar lining board 137mmx9mm  28sqm total time 9 hours  :D

if thats your first go at something like that - well done!

doing a cedar slated ceiling isn't easy on your own -  especially first time and on your own.  :headbang: :clap:



Offline amgsl55

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Offline the360


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First time mate, the cedar was vee joint just go into each other makes it a bit easier.

but my neck is sore probably need physio tommorow  :D :D



Offline amgsl55

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First time mate, the cedar was vee joint just go into each other makes it a bit easier.

but my neck is sore probably need physio tommorow  :D :D

just coz you used matchboard doesnt make it easier.  I got a sore back just looking at that pic.



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Offline dodger

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Looks great but I always wonder about the practicality of nice timber ceilings, no one ever really looks up.



Offline the360


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It was either attempting to do it on the ceiling or having a go on doing the decking on the concrete slab but this looks different and less maintenance, the ceiling was already battened out by the carpenters less work for me.




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