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122 days ago

Do any of you know what molding this is or what bit would get me close? Me likey this molding…....


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#1 posted 122 days ago

The picture is not the clearest but it appears to be OG with lip

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#2 posted 122 days ago

It’s hard to tell from the picture, but it looks like the flat panel is deeply recessed and the profile is actually a two piece applied molding, caulked and painted…..or it was done on a CNC set-up.

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#3 posted 122 days ago

looks like some type of base cap. Something like this a little fancier. It is designed to finish off the leading edge of 3/4” stock.

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#4 posted 122 days ago

It’s just a panel molding, something similar to this. They just set the molding inside of the frame,instead of over the edge of the frame. You should be able to find something that isn’t cut out for a panel.

Should be able to find it at any lumber company that stocks moldings.

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#5 posted 122 days ago

Agree – panel molding or picture frame molding.

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#6 posted 121 days ago

Thanks guys. A completely agree that it is indeed a panel moulding. The difficult part is finding this bit or moulding. It isn’t just a simple base cap. It has 2 steps at the bottom which is what I really like about this particular moulding.

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#7 posted 121 days ago

Looks like 1-3/4” wide “colonial” door stop moulding raised up 1/8”-1/4” – no need to spend extra $ on fancy moulding to get that profile.

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#8 posted 120 days ago

redSled- Would you mind providing an example? Not surprisingly, i’m having a hard time visualizing what you are referring to.

Are you saying it is just your basic run of the mill doorstop like this?-
http://www.righttoolusa.com/p/Regal-Colonial-Stop-34545564.html?gclid=CO-2zv7Hwr0CFeMF7Aod3X0AGQ

I’m not seeing it…....

Thanks!

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