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Published on Nov 9, 2009
Shaping a piece of granite that will be used as window trim for a stone building. Walls are 16" thick stone for a true solid masonry load bearing wall.
The piece being cut is 8" thick, approximately 19" deep, and 12" long. It is being trimmed to have a bubble or rock face. The stone is being trimmed from 19" back to 16" to create the rock face. So the protrusions will stick out around two to three inches. Using a 3" carbide tipped pitching tool, also called a hand set, available from http://trowandholden.com . The hammer is called a Bellota and available from http://www.miconproducts.com/pitching...