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Framing a stained glass panel

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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby TrimTheKing » 02 Jun 2019, 23:05

Thanks mate, very kind.

The Wife’s progress is much more swift than mine...
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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby Rod » 02 Jun 2019, 23:59

Watching with interest

At the bottom of your message is a tiny symbol which when I click on it gives this;

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What’s going on?

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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby TrimTheKing » 03 Jun 2019, 00:08

Haven’t a clue Rod, it’s a Tapatalk thing I guess.

Let me investigate...

...looks like it’s some kind of crypto token that Tapatalk have teamed up with. You can gift people ‘kin’ tokens based on quality of content. There’s a marketplace which I guess you can buy/sell merchandise or provide rewards etc.

Anyway, it’s a Tapatalk thing, nothing specifically to do with this forum, and doesn’t look like it’s possible to disable.

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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby Malc2098 » 03 Jun 2019, 07:58

Proper job!
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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby Andyp » 03 Jun 2019, 08:21

yep, pressure on you now Mark.
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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby Rod » 03 Jun 2019, 23:03

Only you and RogerM have the blue symbol.

So far I’ve earned 120 kin??

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Re: Framing a stained glass panel

Postby billybuntus » 16 Jun 2019, 18:05

Excellent first effort.

I've made 100's of leaded lights in a previous life. If your good lady wants to improve on her round surround she can stretch the lead came then use a round tin etc with a similar diameter to improve the shape of the round outer came.

Encapsulating inside a DGU is the way to go. Shouldn't cost much more than a standard DGU. Just make sure the panel is clean of all whiting before handing to the glazier.
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