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  1. J

    Wanted to sell or trade: 36" red cedar door, upper half window

    Hi, all! Anyone interested in a 36" wide cedar door? The upper half is a window. What I'm looking for is some pretty wood to make a couple of smallish instrument cases, preferably 1/4 QS. That said, I wouldn't turn down quatersawn 10" W poplar. Otherwise, make me an offer.
  2. kooshball

    Need recommendations for replacing a window and siding

    I usually do basic home repairs myself (including windows and siding) but am finding that I have less and less time for big DIY projects and am considering hiring out some or all of my next repair. I have to replace the round-top window pictured as it has lost its seal and is rotting on the...
  3. Exterior View of Window A/C Unit

    Exterior View of Window A/C Unit

    I used another piece of angle on the outside. The unit was installed with a slight downward angle toward the exterior for drainage.
  4. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

  5. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

  6. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

  7. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    I used 3 pieces of angle. Two pieces were first bolted through the door to provided support. The third piece (on the far left) is bolted only to the middle piece.
  8. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Caulked the small void that was left surrounding unit.
  9. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

  10. Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Window A/C Unit Door Installation

    Door cut out to fit unit as close as possible.
  11. gdoebs

    Window A/C in a door?

    I'd like to put A/C in my shop. I've look at portable units but don't have the space for one, nor do I want to drill holes in the side of my garage/shop. They are also too expensive for me right now. I don't have a window but I do have a steel entry door. It has some rust on the bottom of it, so...
  12. Mike Davis

    Window screens

    Anybody know a good place to buy window screens around Greensboro - Winston-Salem - or with reasonable shipping? Anybody here make window screens?
  13. zapdafish

    window trim question

    I would like to do some craftsman trim around alot of my windows. I have looked at videos and browsed alot of books and they all seem to start with the window frame exposed as a starting point. Below is a pic of one of my windows. I can tell the sill and sides are plastic but based on my stud...
  14. HMH

    Commission Offer: Custom Window Project

    My boss lives in a 1930's colonial in the historic district of Sanford, NC. He is wanting to replace a few windows which have been damaged over the years. Due to repairs/ additions to his home requiring approval by the historic committee, these windows need to be wooden to match the rest of...
  15. Window Shelf

    Window Shelf

    Window Shelf
  16. Tarhead

    How would you cut a 2" square window into a fiber drum?

    Ethan Poole's modification here: has me thinking that I should do the same on my dust collection drum. The only problem is I'm using a fiber drum and I don't want to booger it up. How would you do this on a fiber drum? Drill then Jigsaw? (I know there are a few whiz bang full dust bin...
  17. Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Complete JDS Cyclone-II 2HP Cyclone Dust Collector with modified bin-full windows (overview)
  18. Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Close-up of interior of bin-full windows. Note use of rivets and silicone to seal lexan windows to waste bin.
  19. Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Interior view of modified waste bin. Also note use of aluminum HVAC tape (with through rivets to provide necessary electrical bond to each stip) used to dissipate/ground unwanted static buildup.
  20. Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Bin-full Window Dust Collector Modification

    Close-up of exterior of modified waste bin. I installed two pairs of these windows at ~70% full and ~90% Full. By installing a pair of windows at each level you can use a flashlight to visually detect levels well below either window.

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