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STONE MATRIX FOR SALE and everything else you need to start vertical stamping

Posted by Billy Truhlar on March 6, 2018 at 7:30am 0 Comments

I am selling these vertical stamping tools, everything you need to start vertical stamping today at a great price! $1,997

Billytru91@gmail.com…

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Its the Marketing team that gets the consumer to the ticket booth.

Posted by Nathan Giffin Vertical Artisans on January 4, 2017 at 7:54am 0 Comments

Its the Marketing team that gets the consumer to the

ticket booth.

By Jody Smith

I was asked by Nathan Giffin to share some thoughts on how important internet

marketing is with his members of Vertical Artisans. I enjoy talking about the way I…

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Foam Retaining wall help

Started by Jeff Halterman in What's your Question?. Last reply by Nathan Giffin Vertical Artisans May 1. 1 Reply

 

Class Coming Up!

The Ultimate Wine Cellar Mastery Class Phase I

This Mastery Course will be offer FREE to any student that currently owns the Foam Core Construction Course.

https://www.verticalartisans.com/…/34-foam-core-construction

This is an active project that is being filmed for the Ultimate Wine Cellar Series – 12 episodes to be released later this year.

https://www.theultimatewinecellar.com/

Students will be able to watch, learn and question every process and step throughout this build.

Phase I will be implementing the template all ready created ( various pics from the job site ) onto a full scale build of the wine cellar in a warehouse at Walttools.

https://www.walttools.com/

Here we will sculpt the foam to precise measurements and cover all the processes required to making a wine cellar a success.

Phase II – to be announced.

All products and tools used will be shown and supported

The Dates of this function will be April 12th – 20th . We will not be working on Sunday the 15th

Feel free to contact me directly with questions and sign up so we know your coming.

630.712.3327

Nathan@VerticalArtisans.com

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Shower done with vertical stamped & stained with concrete accents

Shower is approx. 7'x7' with integral tub. Tub surround is poured in place and polished with tiger's eye and mother of pearl inlay. Window is cast concrete done in the pressed style. Walls are stamped and stained Tru-Pac X.
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What is the best way to protect a concrete patio when building projects on them? I am thinking plastic sheeting and then cutting around the finished pieces and leaving the plastic under them.  Is that ok or is there a better way? I have to build the pieces on site.thanksSee More
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I used a 1:6 cement ratio for my scratch coat is that going to be too weak?

I've built a large mushrooming 1/2 inch steel structure crossing my steel in 8 by 10in squares though the cement that we used was 1:6 ratio portland lime and concrete sand. We went 3 inches thick and now I'm going to add the carve coat as a 1:3 ratio.What's the worst that could happen with using a 1:6 for the scratch coat in this situation folks?See More
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