Only just noticed this, thanks for the compliment. Don't be put off by it. Yes there are alot of steps, but that's all they are. Treat each step as it's own little job and before you know it, you'll have a window.Mutley Racers":cgqc9w5i said:Wow, what an amazing thread. Thank you so much h for posting this guide to building windows. I love wood and have wanted to try and make some nice windows to replace my plastic fantastic ones. But what you did was so precise and beautiful I believe I will not even attempt it.
Glad you found it useful Good to hear that even though you haven't got the exact same kit, you've got other options that will enable you to end up with the same.AJB Temple":2abxe3o5 said:Outstandingly helpful thread. Thanks Coley. I don't have a spindle moulder but can see how to adapt my kit to do this. Very helpful tips.
Glad you found it interesting. The jig idea came many years ago from trends similar offering for router table setup. Only have to make one once but it does make setting up so much quicker/easier.Horsee1":2xynww98 said:Great write up, I like your jig for setting your 13mm depth cut on spindle.
Interesting to see you mark everything out and chop mortises/tennons after rebating rather than when the stock is still square.