Window Arch with Oak Branches

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Window Arch with Oak Branches

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I just installed an arch trim for a half round living room window. Wood is 3/4" oak. Overall dimensions are 21" tall x 42" wide. I had to machine the arch in two halves as my Shop table is 24 x 32. The extrude along centerline was the perfect modeling tool for this job. I did a rough cut with a 1/2" end mill and finishing cut with a 1/4" tapered round end mill.

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Wow, Phil! That came out beautifully!
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Nice job Phil. My front door is arched, but I only have a "Plain-Jane" molding. You gave me a good Idea.

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Excellent Phil!! :)
Details really make a difference.....Beautiful job!
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That came out really nice.

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Very nice job. Really sets the window off. Thanks for sharing. :lol: :lol:
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Thank you, my inspiration came from an old hotel in San Francisco last fall.

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WOW Phil - you are getting into seriously cool stuff
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Very Nice!
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Beautiful work Phil !!!

Thanks for sharing....
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Outstanding work Phil. Arches have always been a mystery to me.

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scovell wrote:Outstanding work Phil. Arches have always been a mystery to me.
Thank you, the arch is just a semi-circle. If you like I can help.

Phil

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