Concrete Tips: Using PVC Pipe to Draw Curves for Saw-cutting

Step 1: Transfer at least three points of a curve from the blueprint onto the floor.

Step 3: With the help of 4" grinder, saw-cut the groove by following the marked line.Here’s a novel, fast and inexpensive way of saw-cutting curves on concrete overlays or toppings, using a 1⁄4″ diameter PVC pipe, 4″ grinder and shop-vac.

Step 1: Transfer at least three points of a curve from the blueprint onto the floor.

Step 2: Use 1?4" diameter PVC pipe to join the three points and draw the curve on the floor.Step 2: Use 1⁄4″ diameter PVC pipe to join the three points and draw the curve on the floor.

Step 3: With the help of 4″ grinder, saw-cut the groove by following the marked line.

Thanks for this tip go to Gary Jones of Colormaker Floors. You can learn more about Colormaker and the company’s Wild Workshops at www.colormakerfloors.com.

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