Here are some friendly family photos from the "Hyde Clan"-Alaska. Working together prefabing their new dome home.
sorry about the time delay in getting back to you- picked up another
job so now i'm really strapped for time. just workin on the project
on weekends for now. got all the triangles stacked sky high. we made
a stack about 9 high and used that as our
|I'd have to recommend to prospective builders out there, buy the framing nailer- by hand or with a screw gun is @#$^ing out of the question. And buy glue by the case. we still have 3' of snow on site and I'm working too much, but by end of may we'll be ready to roll.
here's a few pics... one you can see how we layed out the triangles
to apply the conklin paint and fabric, at first we tried cutting the fabric one traingle at a
time.... uggh, it cuts much easier after being painted. the hydraulic jack we used to get the last tri of row two in, above
the entry. i had planned on putting in a couple of triangles just for support, but then it didn't
seem necessary, so we just left it open and and had the tri's hanging off of each side, then put
in the last one with the jack lifting it into place.