50 Easy Weekend Scroll Saw Projects by John Nelson

By John Nelson

Пятьдесят солидных на вид, но простых в исполнении проектов, готовые к использованию шаблоны включены в это издание.Шкатулки, необычные часы, и многие репродукций антикварной мебели обеспечат увлекательное времяпровождение для начинающих столяров.

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9 Window opening Sill detail Horizontal counter battens 8 mm gap Breather membrane Horizontal jamb detail Section B-B Vertical battens Insect screen Flexible sealant 6 mm gap Sealant Horizontal battens Breather membrane Horizontal studwork at window opening Vapour control layer Vertical battens Flashing returned under sill Vertical sill detail Section C-C Fig. 9 Thermal insulation Horizontal weatherboarding – window and window opening details Vertical battens Lintels to window opening Breather membrane lapped over flashing Horizontal battens Insect screen Timber blocking 15 mm gap Vapour control Flexible layer sealant Vertical head detail Section A-A Thermal insulation Vertical studs at window opening Window board Note: Insect screens must be added before cladding Vapour control layer A Flexible sealant A B B C Sill detail Horizontal battens Breather membrane Horizontal jamb detail Section B-B C Vertical battens Key to Fig.

It may be square, rectangular, splayed, or segmental in plan, and it may extend one or more storeys above the ground. If only the window itself projects, without any substructure to ground level, it is called an ‘oriel’ window. Bay windows are built from a number of standard or high-performance windows joined together at their corners to produce the following named types: (a) Square bays (sometimes called 90° bays) (Fig. 14a): the fronts of these bays, unlike the ends, are often made up of more than one frame.

6 Cavity barriers (see Fig. ) or connecting elements – in the event of a fire, the cavity could otherwise allow smoke and flame to spread through or around the structure. Location and distribution of cavity barriers must satisfy the requirements of the Building Regulations Approved Document B, Fire Safety: 2000. 0 mm thick; (d) wire-reinforced mineral wool blanket not less than 50 mm thick. 7 Fire stops These are seals of non-combustible material used to close an imperfection of fit between building elements and components, for example, where smoke and flame could otherwise pass.

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