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Apr 4, 2011
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Wood cutting services in Toronto?

I'm trying to make an upholstered headboard, but I have no wood cutting skills and I have never done anything like it, so I know I'm going to screw up.

I was wondering if there would be anyone in Toronto who can cut a big piece of plywood into this headboard shape ??

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My car is also very small and so this would have to be delivered to my house. =S

Does anyone know someone who can do this and also how much should I expect?
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lhjl91 wrote:
Apr 5th, 2011 2:07 pm
I'm trying to make an upholstered headboard, but I have no wood cutting skills and I have never done anything like it, so I know I'm going to screw up.

I was wondering if there would be anyone in Toronto who can cut a big piece of plywood into this headboard shape ??

Template: http://www.designspongeonline.com/wp-co ... .17.09.pdf


My car is also very small and so this would have to be delivered to my house. =S

Does anyone know someone who can do this and also how much should I expect?

how about one that is ready ?
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[OP]
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Well I'm making an upholstered headboard so a simple plywood cut into that shape is all i need.

The home depot link to a finished headboard has carved structure to it- which will not work for an upholstered headboard nor is it the shape and height im looking for.
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It can most likely be done on your driveway or in your garage, if you have one. Try getting a quote from a few local carpenters on Kijiji -- http://toronto.kijiji.ca/f-carpenter-se ... hFormZtrue


But is a piece of plywood going to be thick and sturdy enough to be a headboard?!
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