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Glad I didn't have to do this!

Postby drpeej » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:11 pm

We were recently in a hotel in Chile and Jane took a picture of me in front of this framed photo which probably measures around 18m x 2m. The long sides were made from 3 sections of joined moulding.

We asked the staff how the hell they got it into the building and we decided the only way was to build the place around it

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Re: Glad I didn't have to do this!

Postby drpeej » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:53 am

Sorry - I meant 8m not 18! Still pretty big!

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Re: Glad I didn't have to do this!

Postby kuduframes » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:15 pm

drpeej wrote:Sorry - I meant 8m not 18! Still pretty big!

Is there any way to edit my own posts?


Thanks for that, I thought I'd lost what little I had left of my sense of proportion ! :giggle:
No problem getting it in as long as the door is higher than 2m.

Quite impressive ! :clap:
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Re: Glad I didn't have to do this!

Postby drpeej » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:29 pm

Yes height no problem. The problem is that there isn't a straight run at the door
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Re: Glad I didn't have to do this!

Postby prospero » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:53 pm

Wonder if that picture is mounted on a board. If so, I wonder where they got a board that big. :roll:

I'm thinking maybe it's a canvas print. I wouldn't like to get a piece of glass to suit. Or acrylic for that matter. :?

Apart from that, quite simple. :lol:
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