The few times I've faced this I make a "courtesy" phone call to the property manager or landlord to give them a heads up that I'm about to file a mechanics lien on the property. I think the lien can create issues for the PM so to save themselves headaches they'll get the client to pay up
Definitely take a full mark-up. Sometimes even new ballasts fail and who will your customer look to for the replacement? You! The ballast may be replaced under warranty but the electrician won't go back for free so you get to pay him again.
There aren't any good options only less bad.
1 Retrace the letters with the existing trimcap on so you cut them looser
2 If you used 1" jewelite, pull it off and use 3/4". it's thinner and more flexible
3 make 1/2" snips along the edge of the can and bend the edges inward
I need to lay some translucent vinyl on white pvc. The reason for trans is to color match a back lit sign on a different wall. I tested the vinyl and it looks OK but I'm not sure if the vinyl will stick long term. Should I pretreat the pvc somehow or am I worried about nothing
Aluminum trailers are sometime cleaned with hydrofluoric acid which is extremely dangerous if not handled properly. I would avoid using acid unless you know what you're doing. This from a former chemistry teacher.
Here's a simple example. This would be one piece cut from pvc, the circles would be painted different colors to give the look of overlap.
I can always add nodes and delete line segments but I would like to learn to get more from the software. I guess basically i'm trying to create a simple tool...
When two images overlap I know there is an easy way to eliminate the overlapped lines but I can't remember how to do it.
I know this was explained once but I can't find the thread in the archive.
Any help would be appreciated.