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Now a question for you all.

Should I model it with one door open

 

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Or both

 

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I feel a committee meeting needed!

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Personally I like the one open

 

Could you hinge them with some brass rod stuck to the edge of the door going into a hole giving you the option to do either, both or none

 

 

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13 minutes ago, MrWolf said:

Likewise, it's one of those odd artists tricks that makes you think that there's more details inside than there actually is.

 

There's a lot to be said for odd artists.

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Just as an afterthought. Until the provision of 'mass' produced window frames, where tolerances could be maintained it would have been usual to have well used doors such as these constructed with so much individual glass panes in them as it would have been subject to quite a bit of movement.

 

Yes I know someone going to produce a picture proving me wrong but coming from a family of plumbers and glaziers I can remember being told this. 

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2 minutes ago, Winslow Boy said:

Just as an afterthought but until the provision of 'mass' produced window frames, where tolerances could be maintained it would have been usual to have well used doors such as these constructed with so much individual glass panes in them as it would have been subject to quite a bit of movement.

 

Yes I know someone going to produce a picture proving me wrong but coming from a family of plumbers and glaziers I can remember being told this. 

 

Good practical point, but from what I remember of country pubs fitted with glazed porches, the door was opened for the morning session and propped open rain or shine. It was basically only used twice a day.

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Just now, Mick Bonwick said:

 

I People still fall over the same way.

 

No disagreement there. I was thinking though that wouldn't have been the building regs or h&s to worry about that's all. 

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5 minutes ago, Mick Bonwick said:

People still fall over the same way.


If we had a ‘comment of the day’ thread that would get my vote!

 

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7 minutes ago, Mick Bonwick said:

 

I'd prefer unhinged. Personal viewpoint.

 

Me too. If she wasn't I suspect that we wouldn't have got together.

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