You know what a pain it can be if you're trying to lay laminate
flooring around some large, non-linear fixed object like a sink or
toilet pedastal. All that data point measuring! I had an idea the
other day that works great.
Get a length of solder wire (thicker the better) and use it to wrap
around the shape. The solder is pliable enough to mold to the curves
yet stiff enough to retain the shape when removed. Then just lay it on
your stock and trace.
There's a better trick. Take some paper and cut it out to match the
curves. You can just kinda press it into place to find the edges, then
cut it out. Then put some double stick tape on the laminate, put the
paper in it's proper place, dry fit, and the paper sticks to the
laminate ready to be cut out.
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