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  1. #21
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    Price:

    10 square feet.
    $1,285.00
    Does not include shipping, or laminating.

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    I don’t mean to rain on anyone’s parade but Joe’s post made me go back and look at the drawing. I’m assuming that the grain goes horizontally across the 27” dimension which will result in 62” in the direction of expansion. Such a panel could move more than a half inch over a year. Epoxy, screws, other adhesives, nothing is going to stop it it is going to fail on both sides. Why laminate it at all. Why not make a thicker panel and mount it in a way to accommodate the movement.

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    Wayne,

    Excellent point.

    I'm sure the architect isn't considering the expansion-contraction factor. Once again, one should understand many architects aren't invested in the details of the process.

    Joe
    Last edited by joe; 01-07-2019 at 01:14 PM. Reason: message not complete

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