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Tudor-Style Shed Project

tudor-style storage shed
How to build a 10'x10' Tudor-style storage shed
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1: Introduction & Quantities
2: Quantities - continued
3: Making the sledge
4: The floor & Angle info
5: Making the wall frames
6: Cutting the wall panels  you are on this page
7: Cutting the roof rafters
8: Standing the walls/roof
9: Fixing the roof boards
10: Making the door/window
11: Fitting the door/window
12: Making the drip caps
13: Sub-floor plan
14: Floor plan
15: Stud lay-out plan
16: Front wall plan
17: Rear wall plan
18: Side wall plan
19: Front-wall cladding plan
20: Rear-wall cladding plan
21: Side elevation plan
22: Roof plan
23: Door & window plan
24: Help files
Fixing the curved bracing

Part 10: Fixing the curved bracing

Once the curved braces have been cut (all slightly over length at this stage), align them on the framework above position and mark where they need to be cut.
Then cut them and fix them in place.

Part 10 video clip Time: 0:55

the wall panels

Part 11: Marking and cutting the wall panels

Even though the dimensions and measurements are given in the plan drawings for each and every plywood wall panel, it is probably best to use the front and rear wall-frames as patterns to mark the panels for cutting.
It is not so important with the side panels, as they are rectangular shapes and can easily be marked off the plans.

To mark the front (or rear) plywood panels for cutting, place the appropriate panels in position on an even surface (refer to the 'front/rear wall sheet plan' for plywood panel size and placement).
Lay the front (or rear) frame on top of the plywood panels.
Mark around the outside of the frame (onto the plywood) with a pencil and also mark the doorway/window.
Take the frame off the plywood.
Now mark another couple of lines, in 2 1/4" (63mm) from the side lines. These will now become the cutting lines.
Also make another pencil line an inch (25mm) in from the door (or window) line, all the way around. That will also become the cutting line.
Then place the plywood panels on saw-horses or a cutting table, and cut.

Part 11 video clip Time: 2:22