|Cutting the profiles with a sash moulding plane. Stick mounted on a sticking board.|
Amongst my growing range of wooden moulding planes, I have a couple of sash moulders. One was a pretty close match to the original, so I used it to run the profiles, after the sticks had been machined to the correct dimensions.
I then cut the rebates over the table saw. Job done. Now it's up to them to cut the wedged mortise and tenon joints and make up the sashes to replace the originals.
|Completed sticks, machined, profiled and rebated.|
|Such a beautiful tool to use, cutting nice clean profiles in the jarrah components.|