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May it be assumed you've already worked your way through the Forum's Scenery Source List, now maintained by Rich 883?

If sources for windows (Doors, decorative structural details, etc.) pop up throughout this posting that are not on the source list, it would be nice to shoot a parallel courtesy notification to Rich for the long term benefit to others.

KD

@dkdkrd posted:

May it be assumed you've already worked your way through the Forum's Scenery Source List, now maintained by Rich 883?

If sources for windows (Doors, decorative structural details, etc.) pop up throughout this posting that are not on the source list, it would be nice to shoot a parallel courtesy notification to Rich for the long term benefit to others.

KD

Thank you.  I am working my way through the Scenery Source List.  This post was a hope that my exercise could be short-circuited.  But yes, my intention is to report all window sources to the maintainer as a public service.  Thanks for the reminder.

George

Depending on what type of windows you want will lead you to different sources.  Virtually all of the model kit companies that do laser cut buildings also have laser cut windows.  They tend to have much more variety than the injection molded guys like grandt line and tichy.  That being said tichy it top flight and very helpful.

When I owned Korber I had a number of laser cut windows made for several models.  Richard at RS laser kits was very helpful and a great guy to make you something custom if you can’t find what you want.

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George-

I have some that are associated with our building products. All are designed with an extra 1/8" all around so they can be aligned/affixed from the back of the window opening in the elevation. Our window kits are typically two pieces. The pieces peal and stick together. The rear piece also has adhesive transfer tape on the back so it is easy peal & stick to your glazing material, then knife around the edges. You can paint the frame and trim pieces separately with different colors and then stick them together for a real clean two-tone result.

A couple of our newest projects have three layers for the windows. Two layers for the window trim and frame and a third for either a cast stone field or separately colored frame, specifically a red frame around a brick opening that contains a green window.

They can be found here: https://www.toddarchitecturalmodels.com/shop-2

If you need something specific- let me know.

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