This Common Chair Rail Moulding 2-1/2" - 27 measures 2.500" wide by .750" thickness, with a .436" depth of cut on the top horizontal set of blades. Search our backout category for a suitable relief cut for this detail, we have a few options to choose from. You may have to change the backout search parameters by an eighth of an inch or so to find a suitable size pattern.
The stylish profile is comprised of two bidirectional 11.31 degree bevels that transition the elevation dimension from 3/4" thickness in the center to 1/2" thickness with an eased edge on each side of the pattern. This detail is very popular in LDS church stake houses, it generally will have a 1/2" wide by 1/4" tall sisal notch milled on one side of the bottom of the pattern.
Ever wonder why some mouldings look and feel better than others in the industry? Please read our article on moulding knife marks, learn how machine feed rates, and rpm of the cutter head can directly affect the quality of your finished mouldings.
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