Holding glass panes in place with shop-made hardwood stops makes it easy to replace the glass if it breaks. When it comes to attaching the stop, you want to make sure it holds securely but can still be removed easily without breaking.
The most common technique is to use small brads (upper photo) to hold the stops in place. To avoid splitting the stop (or breaking the glass), I like to pre-drill pilot holes. A glazier
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