I am biddig on a job to build a 72" wide rolltop desk, which will need a
tambour in athe 68" wide range. None of my noremal suppliers have them that
big. Does anyone know of a supplier that does?
if not, has anyone ever tried to build one themselves? how much of a hassle
any tips or suggestions appreciated.
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Hmmm - I saw some, not sure the size, but big. Furniture maker passed
and wife was selling his stuff. Al that was left was some wood, a
grinder, several tambours and a few odds and ends. IN SE PA. Let me know
if you want the number.
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I make them all the time for bread boxes but not that big. I would not
see problems with one that big. Just make sure you use a good quality
canvas. I lay the canvas down on some MDF. Nail a strip of wood down on
the edge. Pull the canvas tight and nail the other side to the MDF. Then
glue the tambours down tight against the nailed strip. That will keep
Easy to build your own. But, a wide tambour will really want to bind.
Also, some subtle points to consider...(for instance the tambour does not
ride on the shoulders of the tenon, it rides on the bottom of the tenon).
Other than that they are cheaper to build yourself and the results are
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