It can be said that World Block Landscape Block Forms are the building blocks of this country.  Since their introduction, these forms have been responsible for building thousands of walls around the nation.  Why are they so popular?
Simplicity and functionality.  As with all  World Block  forms, the Landscape Block Form was created to get the job done quickly and with minimal headache.  This one form performs  many tasks so you don’t have to waste money on needless forms.
The basic form creates straight edge blocks for straight walls.  Add the tapered end inserts and now your blocks can create curved walls with up to a 14 foot radius (measured to the back of the block).  And by simply bolting the half block divider into your form you can pour two half blocks at one time all with the same form.
The form is built with two “L” shaped halves that lock together with heavy-duty, over-center locking clamps for easy set-up and stripping.  The blocks are poured face down with the liner on the bottom of the form to create the large rock face.
This design allows you to get many pours per day from one form.  After your first pour has set, strip the form and leave the block to cure face down on its liner.  Set the form up around a second liner and pour again.  Depending on your mixture you can get two or three, even four blocks per day from one form.
The notch on the bottom of the block creates enough “slop” to allow the blocks to make curved walls.  The notch pan comes bolted in place to allow the blocks to terrace back two inches on every course.  The notch pan can be easily replaced if you want your blocks to lie flush.

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