asianflava wrote:Whew, that is pretty tight. What you may have to do is anneal a piece and bend it, then anneal it again and bend it some more. I played with different thicknesses and found 1/8 to work out OK, the thinner pieces would buckle.
But like I said, that radius looks pretty tight so I don't know if it would work.
Bandit wrote:I do plan to notch the inside radius.
What do they use this for in a carpet store?
Where did you get the drip rail?
I could add some radius to my doors, but it would require adding a filler and a lot of finish smoothing work to make it un-noticeable.
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