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form for a concrete column
Temporary boarding, sheeting, or pans of plywood, molded fiberglass, etc.; used to give desired shape to poured concrete, or the like.
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Coat the wood form with motor oil or WD-40 to keep the concrete from sticking to the wood.
Chunks of sunken wood form a pathway, and the garden hose which trails along the fence is unrecognisable as it's cloaked in rough sacking to blend in with the background.
Mops, brooms, curtain rods, and a charred piece of wood form the axis of the cross connecting the central image to four collections of household junk: an open and filthy kitchen cabinet topped by a teetering stainless-steel sink; the bowl of a leaning toilet, its seat sporting an ornate basin held up by putti, on top of which sits an old black and white TV crowned by a headless Madonna-and-child sculpture; an open, beat-up trunk with a box fan blowing; and a glass vase duct taped together, containing silk flowers waving in the breeze, that rests on a table missing one leg.
To make sure the new patch doesn't stick to the wood form, apply a thin coat of a "release agent" on the inside of the boards.
(11) that extractives such as polyflavonoid tannins, catechol, and pyrogallol in wood form complexes with metal ions resulting in enhanced leaching of these components and their poor performance in service, notably with respect to soft-rot fungi.
These forms were filled with expandable foam which would provide the pattern to glass over after removing the wood forms. Glassing over the foam with chopped strand mat and 1708 cloth and bonding them to the hull provided a solid foundation.
Pale Waves Recently featured on the BBC Music's sound of 2018 longlist, Heather Baron-Gracie, Ciara Doran, Hugo Silvani, and Charlie Wood formed Pale Waves when they met at university in Manchester, and since then have formed a huge, loyal fanbase.
Kristin, a woodworker, chose off-cuts of ash, teak, walnut and white oak from her studio to construct the bold wood forms. Sarah, a fiber artist and sculptor, utilized leather remnants, basalt fiber and US milled cotton to weave the patterned textiles.
Wood forms are generally timber, plywood or moisture-resistant particleboard.
For many years, the use of various disposable or reusable wood forms for almost all types of concrete forming has been a general forming way.
There are two groups, those that flower on wood formed the previous season (group one) and those that flower on the current season's growth (group two).