The offset profile comprises a 2-3/8" wide, by 1/16" deep plow flanked by forty-five-degree chamfers that transition into a 3/4" wide fillet on the inside edge of the design and a 1-1/8" wide fillet on the outside edge of the detail. This area of the profile is often the bottom side of the baseboard. It will provide enough space for nailing the moulding during installation while reducing splitting that may occur from nailing the baseboard thru the void area on the back side of the pattern. This backout's maximum width is 5" wide when the cutterhead is positioned at .000" axially.
Ever wonder why some mouldings look and feel better than others in the industry? Please read our article on knife marks to learn how machine feed rates and rpm of the cutterhead can directly affect the quality of your milling.
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Moulding Catalog Updated Wednesday, March 29, 2023
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