transom frame

transom frame

A doorframe with a transom bar, 2 and glass, a panel, or a louver above the door opening.
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Side profile of vessel showing midship bend (MB), forward hook (FH), after hook (AH), extra-hook (EX-H), stern post (SP), horn timber (HT), transom frame or fashion timber (TF), counter post (CP), pawl post (PP), stem, and keel.
Keel of Indeavour showing transom post, horn timbers, and transom frame, as drawn by author.
Cut the beveled edges of the transom frame bilge pieces (LL), side pieces (JJ) and bottom piece (HH) to the angles shown in Fig.
Glue and clamp the transom frame side pieces (JJ) and bottom piece (HH) to the "A" face (the best face) of the transom, piece G (Photo 1).
The ends of the transom frame top (BB) and the transom frame bilge pieces (LL) are cut at compound miters (both a miter and a bevel cut) so they can fit in place between the other frame pieces.
Then set the jigsaw to 18 degrees, and cut the bevel on the ends of the transom frame top (BB).
Cut a 26-degree bevel on one end of the motor board (U) so it fits between the transom frame pieces, then glue and clamp the motor board to the transom.