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Fascia - Before or after scenery?

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Posted by "JaBear" on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 4:06 PM

Aralai
I think it may be easier to mount the fascia now so I can scenic right up to it.

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You can vary the height of the facia so to suit any variation in the contour lines you may wish to make.
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Fascia - Before or after scenery?
Posted by Aralai on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:18 PM

I am at the point of doing my scenery and thinking about the fascia. I'd like to use flexible masonite, which I have, and have it only about an inch higher than the table.

I think it may be easier to mount the fascia now so I can scenic right up to it.

I'd love your thoughts on both:

1. Recommended height of Fascia - pros and cons

2. When to do it - before or after scenery?

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