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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by jc103, Jun 23, 2005.
what is the best way to cut a curve in pavers
1/2" pvc white or gray pipe.
I put 2-3 lengths together, bend to form the arcs I want, mark it and cut the stone or pavers with a 7" worm drive circular saw.
The pipe doesn't allow me to put too tight an arc on the project that won't cut well or look good.
I mark the pavers the same way as Treedoc, but I cut with a cut-off with a 12" blade.
I do it the same way as Mbella, but I use a 14" cutoff. Mine is 2" bigger than Mikes.
yup, these guys are "da bomb"!
Overlay and cut in place. I started doing it this year and wish I had done it sooner. These hillbillies from Pennsylvania know their sh!t
I use a 14" cut-off too.
Mark, from a "hillbilly" to a city slicker, I use the 12" because I can cut a tighter radius.
Mike, you don't have to make excuses for your deficiencies. I mean, 14" is BIG, but 12" is nothing to be ashamed of.
We're still talking about our saws, right?
Uhh, yeah. Absolutely.
For those who cut the pavers in place with the cutoff saw...How do you address the sand dropout along the cut line? I have been doing it this way for curves but waste a lot of time repacking the sand along the perimeter pavers before installing edge restraint. Anyone have a trick?
I don't know exactly what you're doing, but our sand bedding generally extends about 12" past where we are overcutting, depending on what border we are installing.