The offset relief cut is comprised of a 2-27/32" wide deep plow, flanked by forty-five degree angles, attached to a 1/2" wide fillet on the inside, and a 2-5/32" wide horizontal line on the outside of the pattern. This area of the design is generally the bottom side of the baseboard, it will provide ample space for nailing the pattern during installation, while reducing splitting that might be caused by nailing into the plowed area on the back side of the pattern. The maximum width these cutters can mill is 6-1/4" wide, with the bottom moulder spindle positioned at .000" axially.
To help better understand why these types of cuts are used in moulding manufacturing, please refer to our helpful article titled Moulding Backout Relief Cuts. After reading this commentary, we trust you will find the appropriate style design for your moulding.
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