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Go on site with flooring contractor and wood scientist Howard Brickman as he creates curved flooring with decorative laminations by employing a system of opposing wedges and cams. As Howard says, the curve looks so natural that you wouldn't think of doing it any other way.
For complete step-by-step instructions, read Cutting and bending curved floor parts from Fine Homebuilding issue #198 (Oct/Nov 2008), pp.108-110.
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