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Olican

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Quick question;. Do you think 3d printing will impact the fibrous market? I spoke to a fibrous plasterer and was convinced photo scanning will change the the trade. For example, I plastered a new bathroom that was built in a tall Victorian house. Needed about 4 lm of cornice to match existing, apart from the installation most of the work was done with a computer
 

puddove

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I am a retired plastering lecturer specialising in conservation, restoration and fibrous work just wanted to see how the plastering market has evolved.

welcome to the forum/mad house -which college were you based at -
 

bof

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Quick question;. Do you think 3d printing will impact the fibrous market? I spoke to a fibrous plasterer and was convinced photo scanning will change the the trade. For example, I plastered a new bathroom that was built in a tall Victorian house. Needed about 4 lm of cornice to match existing, apart from the installation most of the work was done with a computer
I was on to @The Hobo about this a while back , he replied with several comments on his progress









Unfortunately , only of how his bottle of rum was going down
 

The Hobo

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Quick question;. Do you think 3d printing will impact the fibrous market? I spoke to a fibrous plasterer and was convinced photo scanning will change the the trade. For example, I plastered a new bathroom that was built in a tall Victorian house. Needed about 4 lm of cornice to match existing, apart from the installation most of the work was done with a computer
I was on to @The Hobo about this a while back , he replied with several comments on his progress









Unfortunately , only of how his bottle of rum was going down
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tapit

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I am a retired plastering lecturer specialising in conservation, restoration and fibrous work just wanted to see how the plastering market has evolved.
It hasn't, the daft f**k**s are still fixing beads with roofing nails and staples!
 

bof

Well-Known Member
I am a retired plastering lecturer specialising in conservation, restoration and fibrous work just wanted to see how the plastering market has evolved.
Cieling board ends mid joists








You know it makes sense
 
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