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How I made my K2 Telephone Box
Author: Les Kenny; Editor: Maree Anderson
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Step 3.1. continued

the corner infil pieces The corner infill pieces

Next I cut two infill pieces for each corner (to make the corners flush), approximately 5¾" x 2½" (145mm x 62mm) and 5¾" x 3¼" (145mm x 81mm) respectively.

I fixed them in place so that all the corners were solid and flush.

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fitting the aluminium angle for the telephone sign Step 3.2. The aluminum angle for the sign

plan for the telephone sign trim

I fixed aluminum angle around the openings.

the aluminium angle for the telephone box sign I used ¾" x 1" (18mm x 25mm) angle along the top, and ½" x ¾" (12mm x 18mm) angle along the bottom and down the sides.

I pre-drilled screw holes in the longer sides of the angle and screwed them to the sides of the openings.

I made the galvanized angle proud (stick out) from the face of the neck about ¼" (6mm).

Note: It is the narrower side of the galvanized angle that shows, the wider side is fixed to the sides of the opening.
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