Single-Hung Windows - Springline

Single-Hung Windows - Springline

Scaled set of drawings of the Single-Hung Windows (Springline) in front, side and top views
Description
Description

A springline single-hung window is a type of window with a rectangular bottom sash and an arched or curved top sash. The curved top sash is called the springline, which gives the window a unique and elegant appearance. The bottom sash can slide up and down vertically to open and close the window, while the top sash is fixed in place. This type of window is commonly found in traditional and historic architecture styles, and can be made with various materials such as wood, vinyl, or aluminum. Springline single-hung windows provide both aesthetic appeal and functionality in providing ventilation and natural light to a space.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

The Single-Hung Windows (Springline) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 1’9”-4’ (53.3-121.9 cm), heights ranging from 2’11”-7’ (88.9-213.4 cm), and an overall sill depth of 5” (12.7 cm).

Series of illustrations of the Single-Hung Windows (Springline) seen from elevation views with varied sizes
Series of illustrations of the Single-Hung Windows (Springline) seen from elevation views with varied sizes
3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Springline) viewed in perspectiveSingle-Hung Windows - Springline
Details
Details

*Under Development*

Height:
2’11”-7’ | 88.9-213.4 cm
Width:
1’9”-4’ | 53.3-121.9 cm
Depth:
5” | 12.7 cm
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Materials:
Wood, aluminum, insulating glass
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Drawings include:

Single-Hung Windows (Springline) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

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Single-Hung Windows, also known as Single-Sash Windows, are the types of windows that are designed with one movable sash, while the other sash is fixed. Generally, the lower sash of Single-Hung Windows is operable while the upper sash is fixed and not operable.

2’11”-7’ | 88.9-213.4 cm
1’9”-4’ | 53.3-121.9 cm
5” | 12.7 cm
Single-Hung Windows - Rectangle
213.400
121.900
12.700
10
https://p3d.in/e/Tuf89
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Single-Hung Windows - RectangleView of a Single-Hung Windows (Rectangle) in 3D available for downloadView of a Single-Hung Windows (Rectangle) in 3D available for download
2’11”-7’ | 88.9-213.4 cm
1’9”-4’ | 53.3-121.9 cm
5” | 12.7 cm
Single-Hung Windows - Arch Head
213.400
121.900
12.700
5
https://p3d.in/e/KYuAq
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Single-Hung Windows - Arch Head3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Arch Head) viewed in perspective3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Arch Head) viewed in perspective
2’11”-7’ | 88.9-213.4 cm
1’9”-4’ | 53.3-121.9 cm
5” | 12.7 cm
Single-Hung Windows - Springline
213.400
121.900
12.700
5
https://p3d.in/e/SvZwH
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3D
Single-Hung Windows - Springline3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Springline) viewed in perspective3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Springline) viewed in perspective
2’11”-7’ | 88.9-213.4 cm
1’9”-4’ | 53.3-121.9 cm
5” | 12.7 cm
Single-Hung Windows - Arch Head, Partial
213.400
121.900
12.700
0
https://p3d.in/e/kVVi2
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3D
Single-Hung Windows - Arch Head, PartialPerspective view of a 3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Arch Head, Partial)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Single-Hung Windows (Arch Head, Partial)