- Dec 28, 2016
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Plywood one-piece cutouts to your dimensions like this:
Are much stronger than jointed lumber like this:
You could just glue and clamp 2 3/4" thick pieces together or screw them together. Together they roughly equal a 2x4 in thickness.
If you wanted to get fancy you could imitate those waterfall countertops like this:
By making it the canopy edge go all the way around and down, same thickness. When you double up the pieces just screw from the inside piece into the outside show piece of plywood. It could look something like this:
Anyways, my wife does our cad drawings. Sorry for the fred flintstones look.
I wish I could do that! I actually bought a new light so I may not even need to hang it anymoreNice build!! I am thinking about floating my canopy to hide my 2 sets of Orphek Compact g2's over my SCA150 since it was a custom Rimless!! I THINK I AM going to bolt my canopy to my ceiling!! More to come....