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Old 10-18-2020, 02:18 PM   #1
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Still have a small piece of window, next to the storage closet that needs to be finished. I'll install a window frame/sill made from Hard Maple and add a plywood cover around it. Later I will use an automotive tweed to finish it. The corners of the frame are made differently than those of the window at the Murphy Bed (https://youtu.be/0eHDPs_CXLA), but give a similar result.

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Very nice work. Well beyond my woodworking capabilities.
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I looks more complicated than it is. Just take your time and you'll be astonished what you can accomplish
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