30 September 2022
This new range of laser-cut frames simplifies window-making for modellers. Howard Smith takes a closer look...
A new range of laser-cut window frames has been developed by York Modelmaking. The plastic components are designed to save time if cutting out individual windows on a project, and join its growing range of architectural details. The components can be used by scratch-builders, kit-builders, or those looking to customise ready-to-plant buildings.
Watch our first look in the video, below:
The frames are designed in three configurations for the spacing of the glazing bars – quarter width to height, half width to height and two-thirds width to height. The smallest depths of 10mm and 12mm are cut on a fret with five pieces approximately 100mm long per pack. The rest of the range, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 40mm deep all have four pieces, approximately 215mm long per pack. Prices per pack start from £9.00.
Further details and individual specifications can be found on the York Modelmaking website.
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