Thanks. Yes seeing lights working is pretty satisfying The form is all 1/2" plywood and I used a stapler to fasten everything to the table. I didn't offset anything although my measurement was off on one side of the form so I missed the edge of the plywood so its unsupported. Should be ok. It won't have a ton of pressure on it.It is looking good. I am sure getting the lights working felt good. I haven't even thought about my electrical yet.
how did you make the roof form? I assume that was a brad gun but I couldn't tell for sure if the cross boards were offset or not.
Liquid Nails is a consumer grade product, it's very high viscosity (300,000 CPS) which means it would be a huge pain to spread out and has a shear strength of about 275psi. Epoxy has a viscosity of about 250-500 CPS so it spreads way easier and soaks into sanded xps quite well and also has a very high tensile strength, about 7000psi.a bit late when you planned your walls . Why did you not use liquid nails fiberglass adhesive over epoxy ?
Thanks I added it up last night and its only about $300 for the wood I need so that is somewhat bearable. Just dislike buying new material strictly to throw away after use but it's all part of the game I guess.It is good to see you back and I didn't see any mistake. I look forward to another season of building.
I agree with you on the wood. I had to by about 100 ft2 of plywood and ten 2x4's and it was outrages.