|Forum topic by Greedo||posted 10-26-2010 02:53 PM||1453 views||0 times favorited||12 replies|
10-26-2010 02:53 PM
i have slammed wood pieces across the shop for much much less than this, this week after long weeks of planning i started the process of insulating a part of my workshop. first on the list was to make new double glazed windows, if found the double glazing on the net for verry cheap, it came from a mistake on a big construction…
made some sketchup plans, started monday morning, had 80% of the parts for the 2 large windows ready by late in the evening.
i quickly checked the plan and remeasured everything, and everything was correct, while the inner frame was too small!
for once i follow the plan exactly and doublecheck everything, and here you go… i can cut up the window frame for firewood and make all the parts again, lucky i didn’t glue the second innner frame, there i will need to remake only the vertical parts… aint i lucky
btw all the tenons are made in the tablesaw, i don’t have the equipment yet to do it with my shaper. so it’s quite dangerous and exhausting.