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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Pub

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Pub

Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: 1. What's happening everybody? Today, we're talking about curved concrete countertops. How about a curved bar top? Let's make something cool. 2. Adding curves to your concrete can add a dramatic yet elegant look. So, we're gonna just jump right into making this mold. 3. We're gonna start by talking about the material we're gonna use. So, the key to this project is gonna be using a material called white board. It's similar to MDF (medium-density fiberboard) but instead of being a particle board substrate, it's a hardboard substrate, making it nice and flexible. You get those smooth subtle curves for our mold. 4. Let's cut the base to a more manageable size, then rip two strips of it at an inch and a half. 5. We need to make a cardboard template, and I'm going to show you how to do that. Simply by using a nail and a string, I'm going to show you guys an old trick. First, you're going to tie a little loop on the end of your string. You take one of these really cool clamps, you're gonna clamp it down at the end of the table right at the edge. You're gonna draw your line along the bench. 6. Now, we can hang our tape measure right at the end, and then we're going to make our two marks. Where's our inner and our outer radius? In this case, our radius is three foot six inches 9/16. Our outer radius is two foot five inches and eleven sixteenths. Insert a 16 penny nail through the loop, drive the nail into the ground, and this will be our pivot point for the string. Then position a marker at the marks you made and draw their arc. 7. Also, don't go leaving nails in...