A scribe moulding
is a thin band of wood used to cover irregularities between where a cabinet unit meets the wall. Whether installed vertically, or horizontally, scribes provide a finished look to the cabinet's overall appearance. These thin patterns can be used any place you're required to cut an edge of an element and don’t want that unfinished edge to be revealed, for example, the ends of a cabinet toe kick. The most common size for a scribe profile is about 3/4" wide, but can be larger under certain circumstances to conceal greater size gaps. These profiles normally have one straight edge on the side, which is placed flush against the wall, the opposite side can have a milled profile with curves to ease the transition area from scribe to cabinet.
We have a good variety of these types of patterns available for your consideration, if by chance you don't find the design that best suits your needs, look in our ogee category, or our radiuses, we have other options available there as well. Or, you can simply send us a sketch, we would be happy to design a custom profile on cad, cut a plastic template on our cnc machinery, and machine a set of cutters on our Weinig R 960 Grinder for any pattern you desire. Don't forget, we have an easy to use cost calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.