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 Posted: Sun Dec 6th, 2009 08:50 pm
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cheryl
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Does anyone know if there is some what of a standard width for each panel in the attached drawing? The customer wants a 1800s look.

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 Posted: Mon Dec 7th, 2009 12:04 pm
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Cheryl,

Are these the windows we spoke about a few months ago? If so, big design change.  Are you asking about maximum size of each individual leaded panel so you can put in division bars? One of designers here could answer that question better than I. Are you asking if each glass blank in a panel has a standard size? Looks like a home. Are these going to be installed inside an insulated unit or mounted inside the structure behind an insulated unit?

Lets do some 1/2 inch bevels on 1/2 inch plate, letting the sun focus on the carpet and burn some holes.   8~()   just kidding!

Dennis



 Posted: Mon Dec 7th, 2009 03:21 pm
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Cheryl, Are there any house museums or just fine older homes in Baraboo or vicinity that might have beveled glass....or in Madison,   Why not make a call or two and then visit and measure.

Barbara in Michigan



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