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Project by a1Jim posted 10-08-2009 04:52 AM 8650 views 1 time favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This was trim for large round windows for our local VA hospital

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ChuckNorris

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posted 10-12-2009 02:43 PM

Hey Jim,
These look great. Any more detail on the project? How did you find the profile angles? Are they perfect half circles or did you have to match the exact window angles?
Brent

-- Brent (Table saws worry about kickback from Chuck Norris)

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ChuckNorris

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posted 10-12-2009 02:45 PM

Okay, I just saw your second picture with the semi-circle router setup. I’d like to make something similar to these. What type of finish did you use? How is it holding up?
Thanks.

-- Brent (Table saws worry about kickback from Chuck Norris)

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a1Jim

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posted 10-12-2009 07:41 PM

Hey Brent
This was a paint grade project so I installed it primered. It’s held up fine in the last 4 years. It was a half circle
so all I did was was measure the width and height. I think I might have more details on LJs under projects.

-- a-1contractor.com

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ChuckNorris

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posted 11-03-2009 06:58 PM

Thanks Jim.
I’m pretty sure I remember this project showing up on LumberJocks. I head back over for another look.

-- Brent (Table saws worry about kickback from Chuck Norris)

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a1Jim

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posted 11-03-2009 07:08 PM

Yes Brent I do have this on LJs also.

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Paddyhere

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posted 03-03-2010 03:54 AM

Love your articles! The window frames look authentic in this photo! I am interested purely from a maintenance viewpoint. When I consider the maintenance of timber I now tend to steer away as the overall cost is likely to outweigh the authenticity particularly when the are alternative materials that look equally as good as timber or steel. Of course, if the project brief is to retain authenticity through use of materials then that will outweigh the cost associated with ongoing maintenance.

-- Paddy | http://www.eurocell.co.uk/

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MattODoors

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posted 03-24-2010 04:20 AM

I am very impressed with this project; I particularly like the desire to retain the original design. These semi circle windows are a fantastic reminder of what I would describe as “Victorian”. These windows were quite specific and beautifully designed. The window treatment is equally important and usually included masses of lace and was quite expensive. The walls were generally “dark” and therefore the windows were highlighted. Just love this look.

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patron

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posted 09-03-2010 04:35 PM

well done here , jim .

looks like a long project however ,
you must be 18 when you routed this .

-- my best work has been done when i get out of bed . this hasn't allways been the case !

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posted 02-21-2017 04:53 PM

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