Tag Archives: Historic Windows

Golden Spirals and Ever Evolving Workbench Designs

Some of you might recall how back in January, I’d published a 3D model for a workbench I’d been considering building. Its benchtop featured a highly flexible clamping system comprised of Kreg Klamp Traks. The basic idea was to have … Continue reading

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Golden Ratio Benches, Historic Windows, and Preservation Standards

[ Or, How a million and one different things are all strangely connected... ] This past weekend, in addition to doing an initial thermal analysis of the Mansfield House (challenging task), I also collected lumber (easy task) for the frames … Continue reading

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Mansfield House WPA Architectural Survey

Some of you might be old enough, or sufficiently well versed in American history, to recall the Works Progress Administration (or, WPA). The WPA was a New Deal agency enacted in 1935 to provide jobs for unemployed (often unskilled) workers … Continue reading

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