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Author Topic: Screen bottom board plans. Please do not delete.  (Read 2343 times)
Anonymous
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« on: July 01, 2004, 10:15:12 AM »

I call this billy bob boards as they were the ones who gave me the plans.
This is what it looks like all finished and painted. I stain mine totally before installing the screen.



This is the angle of the side rail front where the landing board goes.



This is a mistake, Run one rail throught the saw one way and switch ends on the next one. Or just simply cut the angles after the flashing groves are finished.



How long the side rails are.



How deep the slot is from the top of the rails down. Depth of cut is





The front brace that goes between the rails. Can also be made with a 2x2 but I installed a front flashing rest I'll show latter.



The tail uses the same measurements between the rails as the front. Ok I'l post that too.





The flashing sizes.




My opional front flashing rest so it doesnt bow in front. If you wanted to get fancy a slot could also be cut in the front cross brace.



Screen size is 1/8 inch hardwear cloth, You have to ask for it at most places I have found. It isn't stocked on shelves as it isn't a big seller.

Is there any thing else I missed?

 Cheesy Al
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« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2004, 02:04:20 PM »

Good plans
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