Hoof and carriage blacksmiths

Postby hotte8487 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:27 pm

Long time ago I’ve found a picture from a historical blacksmith in the internet, I liked the building immediately. Now it should become a model house for our battle ground.

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The building receives inside a frame from 10 mm square bars; the walls has been manufactured from Styrodur-plates. I’ve started with the frames.

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The frame shows already the size, not a little hut; the footprint is approximately 75 x 40 cm.

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As usual has the frame received pins for a better stability.

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Thereafter has been the single parts for the roof produced; with a high probability will be the roof covered with roofing felt again.

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Each roof binder has been received a stand…

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One part is finished, the other follows soon.

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In the next part it goes on at the blacksmith…
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Postby hotte8487 » Sun Aug 18, 2019 3:34 pm

The framework has been covered with the wall plates; used were again Jackodur-plates which have been cut and mounted to the frame.

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One roof binder has been tentatively at the gable end mounted.

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Thereafter were the wall plates again dismounted and cut as drawn with a cutter knife.

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Many bows in the openings make the cut a bit difficult; the rework should be so little as possible.

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The first both window openings are finished.

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The other openings follow piece for piece…

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The purple gable wall receive no opening,…

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…the opposite gable wall two.

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The front side receive additional to the windows an opening for a big door.

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All wall plates are now prepared, at the framework it goes on.

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This then next time.
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