Jul 062019
 

On this rainy day, we worked in the workshop on our Oak timber pieces for our window frames.
We carried on with the task of shaping the Sills and the Headers with 45 degree angles at the ends and cut a small bevelled edge on all the visible front edges. Next we routed a drip channel on the bottom, near the front edge of each piece and then sanded all the marks and colourations away to produce two sets of smooth finished pieces, the bottom and top pieces for our windows.

Finished off the Oak Sills and Headers for the 13 Windows

Sills-complete

Finished off the Oak Sills and Headers for the 13 Windows

Headers-complete

Finished off the Oak Sills and Headers for the 13 Windows

Header-edge-details



The next job for the next rainy day, is to grab the pile of Oak timber planks, this time we will use the prime quality ones, to produce the vertical side frame pieces for the windows
And then build the complete window units.

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