12” = 1” on this page Top View Back

http://digital.net/~gandalf/woodcflg.htm

81.5 Inches Wide (Height of glass door plus 3”)

Boards 3 Ea 13.5 X 1.5 X 3.5 Inches 3 Ea 6.5 X 1.5 X 3.5 Inches 3 Ea 81.5 X 1.5 X 7.25 Inches 4 Ea 36.91 X 1.5 1 Board is cut (See next page last page for X 7.25 Inches at a diagonal. for cut and placement) 36.91 Inches (see bottom Of page for formula)

Front 36.91” is figured from the length of the window at an angle – Side Angle Side equation: Square root (WidthOfDoor2 - height of board)2 + 1”

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12” = 1” on this page Top View Back http://digital.5” in 9.5 Inches 9.91 Inches 28 Inches 28 Inches 8.5 Inches Hole 2.5 Inches Wide (Height of glass door plus 3”) 36.25” to 0”. This makes 2 boards from the one board for the next page: 11/1/03 8:37 PM Page 2 of 3 . cut at a diagonal from 7.5” in Hole 3.5” in Front Using the jigsaw.htm 81.5 Inches Hole 3.5” in 8.5 Inches Hole 2.net/~gandalf/woodcflg.

htm Side View 36.332 + 6.52) = 36.5 Inches Front View 11/1/03 8:37 PM Page 3 of 3 .5” board is 1” below the top board so that the door has something to rest on.12” = 1” on this page http://digital. 81.net/~gandalf/woodcflg.91 Inches The 3” X 1.33 Inches (width of glass door) Formula: Square root (36.

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