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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-28-2006, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hello,
I know this isn't a routing question persay, but does any body here get the Woodsmith Magazine?
There Fourm is down and I need help...
I have a question about the plans for the fold out picture frame in April/May 2006 Vol.28/No.164 page 16.
I'm really confused and need some new eyes to give me there take on this, if you would be so kind, please!!!!!
It states (page 20 'The Doors' ) that when building the doors that the grooves and assembly is the same as used for the back frame, except for some slight dimensional differences.
So when you look at page 20 (F) appears to be 5-1/2 x 15/16 and cut like (A) on page 18 or is it 7/8 like (E)?
Are there 2 (F's) and 2 (G's), if so how is (G) cut, like (B)?
And Dim'd like (B)?
And is (F) like (A)?
That would make (E) like (C)?
I'm trying to finish this up for a wedding present and now with the confusion I am running out of time, please help.... Very frustrated, tired, & confused.....Eric
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Hello,
I know this isn't a routing question persay, but does any body here get the Woodsmith Magazine?
There Fourm is down and I need help...
I have a question about the plans for the fold out picture frame in April/May 2006 Vol.28/No.164 page 16.
I'm really confused and need some new eyes to give me there take on this, if you would be so kind, please!!!!!
It states (page 20 'The Doors' ) that when building the doors that the grooves and assembly is the same as used for the back frame, except for some slight dimensional differences.
So when you look at page 20 (F) appears to be 5-1/2 x 15/16 and cut like (A) on page 18 or is it 7/8 like (E)?
Are there 2 (F's) and 2 (G's), if so how is (G) cut, like (B)?
And Dim'd like (B)?
And is (F) like (A)?
That would make (E) like (C)?
I'm trying to finish this up for a wedding present and now with the confusion I am running out of time, please help.... Very frustrated, tired, & confused.....Eric
This will make an excellent wedding gift. I don't know if you have already received the help you need, but I dug out my magazine and copied pages 18 and 20 to see if I could post it and maybe someone can figure it out?
Well, maybe the files were too big, but it didn't work. I"m sorry!

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Send the files to me at my email address and I will rework them so you can post them for him.

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Hi Bj,
Thanks, and I will do that if this doesn't work. I remembered IrfanView and I have them saved to my desktop, smaller, but I don't know if they are small enough yet. We will see.
Ok, I see it didn't help.
I'm sending them to you.
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Bj,
I just wanted to tell you that you are welcome to post them as soon as you rework them, unless you don't want to.
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Question # 1: Is F cut 15/16" like A or 7/8" like E? Both. 7/8" is the dimension of A when you are seeing the top view as in view "a" on page 18. 15/16" is the dimension looking at A from the side view "c" on same page.
Question # 2: Are there 2 (F's) and 2 (G's), if so how is (G) cut, like (B)? Yes, 2 (F's) and 2 (G's). Cut the 2 (F's) like you did the (A's) and cut the 2 (G's) like you did the (B's). The only changes in any dimensions are the lengths. All the rails and stiles are cut the same as in the back, because the flat panels and acrylic will fit into the doors exactly as they do the back frame.
Question # 3: And Dim'd like (B)?And is (F) like (A)?That would make (E) like (C)?
Yes, G is dimensioned like (B), (F) is like (A) and (E) is like (C). Fortunately you won't have to make the divider in the middle this time.
Well, I know how it is to rush to make gifts and feel the pressure and anxiety when time is running out so I tried to figure it out myself, and can see where the confusion could come from, and then I finally saw the 7/8" dimension when looking at the top section view (a) on page 18.
Well, good luck and God speed on your frames.
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Thank you so much for your help. You're the best!
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Sandy, there is a program that makes sending full pages a breeze. This program is called Primo PDF, and it is a free download from http://www.primopdf.com/
Once you install the program it acts as a printer choice. Open your document, click file \ print and select primo pdf as the printer. A window will open and you choose "E-book" and your file is converted to a PDF.

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