This Colonial Crown Moulding 3-1/16" - 1 measures 3.063" wide by .688" thickness with a depth of cut of .340" on the right vertical blades, a .475" depth of cut on the left vertical cutters, and a .410" depth of cut on the top horizontal moulding knives.
The creative profile is comprised of two tangent radiuses creating a cyma recta in the center, attached to a 5/32" wide by 15/64" tall notched fillet, with a 1/4" tall vertical line at the top of the pattern, the lower portion of the detail consists of a 23/64" radius cove connected to a 1/4" tall vertical line and a 3/16" wide horizontal line at the bottom of the pattern. The spring angles are fixed at thirty-eight and fifty-two degrees these specific back bevels set the installed height at 2-3/8" tall with a projection of 1-15/16" wide.
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