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  1. Joinery
    Hi folks just pricing up a large job, and have 44 1200x1200 double sliding sash windows to fit, and weight up. Oak door frames, ledge braced doors, two pewter tee hinges, hasp and staples, plus oak architraves either side. Oak skirting too. After people’s opinions on fitting costs per item I...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hello, I have just finished making a wooden panel for a triptych I am about to gild and paint. As you can see from the attached photos, the body is made from lime wood and there are a pair of doors, made from quarter sawn oak. These three panels have then been gessoed and then re-carved and...
  3. Design & Plans
    I would like to build some 8' tall 2' wide 4" deep doors for a pantry. Similar to those in the pic - just not steel. Anybody out there build anything this tall before? ugly - simple - functional works for me! Any help would be great. Please keep in mind I only have a few tools - 12" Miter Saw...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    I had several doors (craftsman/shaker style) for my remodel in my basement when it flooded. The doors only got wet briefly on the lower 1-4" of the door and the frame is still good. The doors have a solid wood core but have a mdf veneer about 1/8" as can be seen on the bottom of door and that's...
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi folks, I'm looking to graduate into a larger shaper to do some custom entry doors as well as give a garage door a whirl. Need to be able to do arches as well. I currently have a regent 1 hp 2 speed unit. prefer to use a single phase unit but i do have a phase converter if needed. Any...
  6. Tips, Tricks, & Homemade Jigs
    Staircases are my specialty, but I've done a fair amount of installing pre-hung doors and when I go to hang my own I have a hard time keeping an 1/8" reveal between the door and the jam. I always end up with the hinge side being tight and the opening side being large. when I route for the...
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