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    Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    If I use that thin, flexible coil stock to put in my corners to round them off, will it take up much airspace If I did all 8 corners?







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    Re: Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    how thick is the coil?




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    Re: Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    like 1/16th or less, proally less, its super thin




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    Re: Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    wont take up enough space to do anything...



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    Re: Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    take: pi x radius sqaured x hieght= volume, or 3.14 x 1/32 sqaured x however long(lets say 36")= 6.28cu in, which equals: .0036 cu ft of airspace for a 36" piece of 1/16th round stock.




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    Re: Using thin coil stock to round off corners?

    thx



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