In this video I share my custom router table I built to make window sashes. Follow my blog at woodwindowmuseum.com

This is a milling sequence to make the parts for 28 window sash. It’s a time lapse condensing a four hour operation into about a minute and a half, so don’t expect a lot of detail. What you’ll see is...

1. Circular saw cutting lumber to rough length
2. Jointing the wide face and two edges
3. Planing to thickness
4. Ripping to width on a table saw.


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Home of the Wood Window Museum in Tampa, Florida as well as Wood Window Makeover and the Artisan Army. Here we share content related to all things Archetypal Wood Window - What they are, how they work, how to work on them and how to make them. We often have live, in person workshops to teach people about these wonderful marvels of human ingenuity and engineering.

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