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    Default Oval window frame with leaded glass.

    This frame is made of oak 24" x 32". The leading is stick-on but it looks very good. I plan to put a photo of an outdoor scene behind the glass. The idea is to simulate a window with an outdoor view.

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    That came out great Phil!!
    Good modeling and execution!
    scott
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    Thanks, Scott.

    Phil

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    What kinds of machine times to do that wonderful piece? I have a similar project on my list. Thanks. Russ
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    Never knew about stick on leading, where did you get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiloquinruss View Post
    What kinds of machine times to do that wonderful piece? I have a similar project on my list. Thanks. Russ
    Thanks, Russ.
    Rough cut = 1 1/2 hr., .25 round nose bit, finish cut = 4 1/2 hr. .125 ball nose bit. Cut out, inside and out about 1/2 hr.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Harnett View Post
    Never knew about stick on leading, where did you get it?
    I don't have my notes handy. Google for faux leaded glass, there are a number of sources.

    Phil

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    Thanks Phil. The finish is as good as the carving work. Again well done. Russ
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    Thanks, Train Guy . I stained the red oak with Minwax Golden Oak and rattle can sprayed with 3 coats of Deft.

    Phil

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