How To Heat Weld Flash Cove

Discussion in 'Article Discussion Forum' started by Jim McClain, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. Jim McClain

    Jim McClain TFP Owner/Founder Administrator

    We have a new sponsored article from Turbo Heat Welding Tools.

    Read the whole article here: How to heat weld flash cove You are invited to discuss the article, either as a reply to this topic, or by using the comment form below the article.
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2018
  2. That's very nice of him, I haven't read it yet. This Leo guy seems to be a great asset to the vinyl trade and highly regarded.
  3. JCW355

    JCW355 Pro Member

    The guy has definitely developed tools that help out, just have lots of cash.
  4. I see Evan has posted about the Groover on Turbo's site, that guy is everywhere there's information on Flooring, Aren't you Evan?
  5. icanlayit2

    icanlayit2 Pro Member

    Once I started using turbo tools, My installations went to a whole new level. Leo is very helpful. I love his tools! And whatever the tools cost you can make back on 1 job with the time saved.
  6. CWEflooring

    CWEflooring Pro Member

    image.jpg Welding cap coving is one of the things i enjoy most when going wet rooms it brings the whole job together . Welding internal corners i struggled with for years so to not risk putting all my efforts to waste after installing sheet cap and cove on site i made a fitting board and attacthed 2 bits of timber on a sheet of thick ply fixed capping strip to it and cove former and used scrap bits of material to practice at home now its so easy i dont think about it any more . Below is a pic of a recent wet room i did with welded internals .
  7. CWEflooring

    CWEflooring Pro Member

    Welding pics

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  8. JCW355

    JCW355 Pro Member

    Use to be one of my favorite things to do, not anymore. Doing it all day and not moving around much makes my knees hurt.
  9. McCarthy Bros Flash

    McCarthy Bros Flash Pro Member

    Definitely takes time and lots of practice to come up with your own tricks to perfection. I enjoy it but in no way would I want to be doing it all day everyday.
  10. Incognito

    Incognito No more Mr. Nice Guy! I Support TFP Senior Member

    I can pretty much GUARANTEE there will be a ridiculously high incidence rate of cancer fro heat welding vinyl. Like tobacco and alcohol though it will take multiple generations to PROVE scientifically beyond any legal doubt that sticking your nose 2 feet away from melting plastic 8-10 hours a day for months and years on end is unhealthy.

    Who could have ever guessed?

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