OK, we’ve thoroughly exhausted the topic of Flight of the Conchords, so I’m not even going to bring them up again. (Oops!) Here’s a backyard project in progress on a slab of concrete in Ryan Moore’s backyard (errr.. back slab?) in New Zealand. He’s built a structure out of wood and covered it with corrugated metal in preparation for a 100mm layer (You do the Mathof concrete. I can think of one problem he might have. I can’t figure out how he’s going to keep the concrete from cracking and sliding off the corrugated metal. Seems like he’s still going to need some rebar attached to the frame. Ryan has a question about bending coping, as in, how do you do it? I’ve always wondered how they get that done at skateparks. I’ve done it with electrical conduit, but I imagine it takes some heavy duty equipment to do it with something on the scale of metal skateboard coping. Ryan has some scaffolding tube that he wants to try it out on. Bonus pic after the jump.