All fabrication work is performed in our 12,800 square foot shop in Weimar, Texas. We use traditional woodworking machines, some almost a century old, shown here. Many of these are specialty machines built exclusively for the production of wood windows, window jambs, louvers, and mortise and tenon joint construction. These period machines are still the most efficient way to build historic reproduction millwork, windows, doors and shutters.
This is a Millbury Pocket cutter which makes the opening in window jambs to access the window weights. Used in the construction of windows utilizing weight and pulley counterbalance systems as in traditional windows. A sample of the cut may be seen on the table of the machine.