Craft Practice Documentation

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Re: Craft Practice Documentation

Postby johnleeke » November 18th, 2011, 4:18 pm

Steve S. writes:
>>I think there could be a standard form/forms we could all use in documenting our work. well maybe not quite as detailed as Amy does.<<

Steve, do you use a form in documenting your window work? If so, could you attach a scan of it to a message here, for possible inclusion in the standards document?

A scan of a filled out form, showing how you use the form would be most helpful.

Anyone should feel free to submit a scan of the form they use.
John
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johnleeke
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Re: Craft Practice Documentation

Postby johnleeke » November 18th, 2011, 4:22 pm

Kathy explains:
>>I always have plan drawings in the documentation, but I've added another component by using a full elevation photo for each side numbering the window openings consecutively beginning with the main elevation moving around the building clockwise. <<

Kathy, could you post a message with a couple of these photos attached, for possible inclusion in the standards document as illustrations of this numbering method?

Thanks!
John
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