Moulding Knives by Mirror Reflections

Moulding Knives
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Architrave/Headers

Mirror Reflections offers a wide selection of high-quality architraves, also known as headers, for use in classic and modern architecture. These trim pieces are installed above doors and windows and generally rest on the vertical side legs of the door or window casing. They add a luxurious touch to any home or office. We offer 160 stylish architrave options in various sizes to suit your design needs. You can browse our selection by entering the width of the profile you are interested in or by entering a range of minimum and maximum dimensions. In addition to architraves, you can find other millwork options in our door/window casings and baseboard categories that may better suit your millwork applications. All our products are designed and manufactured with the highest precision and attention to detail.

Astragal T-Shaped

A t-astragal is a functional door moulding designed to close the clearance gap created by the side edges on one or both matching doors; they also stop the swinging door and help reduce sound when closed. The square side of the t-astragal attaches to a door stile edge on either sliding or swinging doors. The opposite side might have a three to five-degree angle to receive the closing door when the opposing door is in a fixed position. Exterior t-astragals generally have a 1/8" wide saw kerf milled into them to accommodate for weather-stripping to be inserted. A flat astragal is a profile typically comprised of a half-round circle flanked by two horizontal fillets and a cavetto. All our flat astragals are in the plant on/applied moulding category of our catalog. We also have taller-sized mullions in this category; browse here for smaller-sized mullions. enter the sizes you would like to view. If you're looking for a specific size, enter that dimension in the minimum box. If by chance you don't see the design or shape of the t-astragal you need, send us a sketch. We are happy to design a cad drawing, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of knives for any profile you want.

Backout/Relief Cuts

A backout/relief cut is a shallow dado milled on the backside of wood moldings to help prevent cupping and warping. It can relieve any stress in milled lumber that may be case hardened due to improper drying techniques and allow airflow between surfaces while providing a good transition between framing and sheetrock when installed. A common practice is one-sixteenth to one-eighth of an inch in height for each three-quarter to one inch of thickness of milled wood. We prefer to use 45-degree angles in the transition areas. It will be easier to sharpen the knives when needed. The cutters will also benefit from longer milling times than backout/relief cut designs with transitions of greater angles. We have over two hundred styles of backout and relief cuts for door & window casings, baseboards, tongue & groove flooring, and door jambs. Backout knives are the most neglected cutters on the machinery. Inexperienced operators don't realize the finish problems dull knives can create from the abandonment of sharpening. When troubleshooting equipment problems, I always hear that "it's just a backout cutter." Listen to the machine; if your moulder is excessively loud or you're experiencing finish problems that look like chatter. The molder is begging you to sharpen the relief cut knives. You will experience intermittent indentations at the top of the profile while milling. What's happing is the blades are so dull that the lumber lifts off the bottom bedplates momentarily, walking over the knives instead of cutting thru the wood, creating finishing issues on the top of the lumber because of the proximity of both cutterheads. When searching for relief cut designs, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences in the above search boxes, either a fraction of an inch or decimals. If you want a specific size backout, enter the minimum and maximum dimensions. If by chance you don't find a relief cut that works for your current application, just send us a sketch. We will design a new backout profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of cutters on our Weinig R 960 grinder, in any high-quality knife steel we offer.

Bar Rail

A bar railing is a decorative horizontal wooden railing generally installed on sub tops and countertops in a home bar, corner pub, or local gathering spot where drinks and meals are available. Bar railings protect beverages from falling off the countertop while providing an area for your arms to rest while sitting and enjoying your favorite drink after a long day at the shop or office. We have over thirty different styles of bar railings to choose from, some with double rabbets for sub tops and countertops, a few with a single rabbet just for the countertop, and a couple of flat styles with no rabbets in them at all. Whatever you decide, we are sure it will enhance the beauty and decor of your stylish home or local gathering establishment. Suppose you're looking for a guard or hand railing to complement your home bar, pub, or restaurant. In that case, you will find most of them in the handrail category of our catalog. All the bar rail profiles in this folder are categorized by width; most shapes require more than one set of profile knives to mill the pattern. We would be happy to design any profile that best fits your architectural style. If, by chance, you don't see a design or profile shape you desire, send us a sketch.

Base Cap

A base cap is a decorative wood profile applied to the top of a baseboard to create an attractive, elegant look. We currently offer over three hundred and fifty base cap designs, eleven hundred and eighty applied mouldings, and over six hundred and fifty panel mould designs for your review and consideration. Don't forget to embellish the bottom of the baseboard with one of our fancy base shoe profiles with your creative mind and our vast selection of some of the finest enhancing designs available, and we are positive you will find the right combination of profiles to complement the architectural decor of your stunning home or office building.

Base cap designs generally cost less because they are smaller in size and stacked upon a piece of surfaced four sides lumber (S4S). Lumber with full-sized profiles milled into them generally has a higher cost because of the need for a set of knives for that specific shape and size; milling the more extensive profile will increase the price. A surfaced four-sided lumber (S4S) is customised so many ways that endless possibilities exist.

All our base cap profiles; if you're searching for a specific size base cap, enter identical sizes in both the minimum and maximum boxes provided above. If you would like to review them all, leave the search parameters blank or empty; we trust you will find that particular base cap pattern for your current building project; if not, send us a sketch, and we would be happy to design and grind a set of custom knives specifically for your needs.

Base Shoe

A base shoe moulding is a functional narrow horizontal wooden profile applied to the bottom of a piece of baseboard they hide gaps left between an uneven floor surface and the bottom of the baseboard. Base shoe profiles get secured to the base molding itself, not the floor; this practice will keep the wood from splitting due to seasonal changes in relative humidity.

The most common of all base shoe designs is the quarter round profile, we have more quarter round profiles in our radius category for your consideration. We also have geometrical shapes of cyma recta, cyma reversa, ogee's, ovolo, and even more complex base shoe profiles. But why settle for what is most prevalent? Check out some of our smaller applied mouldings for even more stylish options. Whatever you choose to dress up the baseboard, we're confident the profile design will increase the elegant decor of every room of your beautiful home or office.

All these base shoe profiles are categorized by width size; some are milled two at a time. This will double or triple milling production while seducing manufacturing costs by utilizing fall-off rips of lumber. If searching for a specific base shoe, enter that size in the minimum box. If you would like to review them all, leave the search parameters blank or empty, we trust you will find that unique base shoe design. If not, send us a sketch; we would be happy to design and grind a set of profile knives specifically for your woodworking project.

Baseboard

Baseboards are a type of decorative trim used to enhance the appearance of the interior walls' lower section that provides a finished look. They are typically made from wood, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), or other composite materials. The width of these stylish mouldings is usually about five and one-half to six percent of the wall's height, and they tend to be thinner than door and window casings. In addition to their use at the bottom of walls, baseboards can be used as backers in the upper part of the wall to add a decorative touch to the crown moulding. These trim pieces may also be called floor moulding, skirting boards, or mopboards.

We currently have nearly nineteen hundred stylish baseboard designs, including modern, colonial, contemporary, victorian, and southwestern styles for all your specific requirements. Compliment any stylish base with one of our many base shoe patterns on the bottom of the profile to cover uneven floor applications; we have many to choose from that will suit your architectural style. Utilize one of our base cap details at the top uppermost portion of the pattern to extend the overall height while saving money on lumber costs. A base moulding can double as a door/window casing simply by increasing the thickness and milling a radius edge on the outside corner. If you don't find a profile that fits your current architectural style, send us a sketch; we'd be happy to design a new pattern for your custom project.

Bed Mould

A bed mould is a decorative transitional support piece in a cornice buildup; it is generally installed below the corona and above the frieze board. Beds are used in a cornice buildup; the convex arc at the top of the profile is specifically designed to lead one's eye to the next element in the design, creating a smooth optical transition. The most common characteristics of bed mold designs are the geometrical shapes of a radius arc at the top, a vertical line segment in the middle, and a cove, cyma reverse, or cyma recta at the bottom.

We have over eighty styles of bed moldings available for you to choose from; please look in our crown profile category for other available options you may want to consider. All these profiles are categorized by the finished width of the profile lying horizontally flat (sprung) on the machine's bedplate. If searching for a specific size, enter it in the minimum box. If you want to review them all, leave the search parameters blank or empty. We trust you will find that unique bed molding for your current building project. If not, send us a sketch; we would be happy to design a new profile, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of knives specifically for your crown buildup needs.

Bevels/Chamfer Cutters 0 - 90 Degree

The words bevel and chamfer overlap in usage; generally, they have the same meaning. We offer one hundred types of bevels and chamfers for your consideration. Many angled knives are for milling the backside of crown molding and manufacturing hexagon shapes, octagon columns, and decagon profiles. Some beveled profiles are machined on a lathe and later turned into columns that are often too large to get milled on a molder. We offer custom designs for milling haunch miters and locking miter joints for manufacturing beam wraps, post wraps, and newel posts.

We have uniquely created our crown back-bevel knife designs to save every manufacturer thousands of dollars in production costs over the years. All our forty-five-degree undercutters for crown molding are intentionally milled on the right vertical cutter head. In contrast, in the same aspect, all our forty-five degree and higher crown angles designed for the left vertical cutter head on the same machinery, all our crown, bed and cove moulds profile designs coincide with the cost mentioned above saving techniques.

When searching perspective bevel/chamfer molding designs in this category, please enter the whole number degree bevel or chamfer you're looking for in the boxes above, inputting a width or thickness size in the space provided on top will return no results.

Brickmould

Brickmoulds are exterior trim pieces installed around windows and door frames. They abut to the exterior facing material of that structure; these profiles cover gaps left from the installation of the doors and windows, similar to a door/window casing installed in an interior room. These trim pieces are manufactured from either wood, exterior quality medium density fiberboard (MDF) vinyl, or composite materials that will last a lifetime but by no means made from brick.

We currently have fifty-five different shapes and sizes of brickmould designs for installations on older-style homes to modern-day stucco houses. Send us a sketch if you have issues finding something to enhance your home's architectural decor. We would be happy to design a new custom profile, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of custom cutters specifically for your needs.

When searching our beautiful designs, please use width dimensions to find the perspective profiles.

Cabinet Doors - Drawer Fronts & Face Frames

We offer hundreds of miter cabinet door profiles and matching drawer front patterns, including beaded face frames, shaker style frames, colonial style, contemporary, modern, art deco, and every other architectural design style you can imagine. If you're looking to dress up the cabinet door frame during the assembly process, please browse our applied or panel moulding category, we have thousands of options available that will enhance the architectural décor in that beautiful room you call home.

Our door rail and drawer front moulding catalog contain mitered cabinet door frames. The stiles & rails are manufactured with solid wood panels using forty-five-degree mitered cuts in the joinery process. The concept is to enclose a floating (not glued) panel within a sturdy, mitered door frame; this will allow for seasonal changes in relative humidity without affecting the structural integrity of the cabinet door frame. Other similar methods of this type of interior cabinet door construction include cope and stick door frames. Where matching male & female profiles join into a stile (vertical) and rail (horizontal), then merge.

If by chance you don't see the profile you desire, send us a sketch; we would be happy to create a custom design, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of cutters for any pattern you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use profile knife calculator located directly under every detail in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes to all clients.

When searching perspective door rail or drawer front molding profiles, please use finish width dimensions to narrow down size preferences. We have a few designs milled on the side edge of a piece of lumber; for these types of details, please use thickness dimensions while searching.

Caps - Backbands/Drip Caps/Wall Caps

A cap mould is any profile covering another object of the architectural trim element in a building or structure. Examples include casing, wall partitions, tongue & groove paneling, windows sills, and railings, to name a few. We currently offer over three hundred forty different styles of caps for your consideration and use; some of our picture frame or panel mould designs may also be utilized as a cap moulding. backband patterns are used in conjunction with casing profiles to create a more elegant look that will enhance the beauty and decor of any home or office building. Wall caps cover the top section of a wall or partition; they provide a decorative way of joining the two parallel sides of the border; they can serve as a handrail on shorter type walls. Wainscot caps are horizontal trim pieces covering the end grain of the wainscoting or any other type of paneling where it meets the wall surface. Balustrade caps are like a handrail . They cover the top part of a row of balusters serving as an open parapet, like along the edge of a balcony, terrace, or staircase.

Most designs will have either a rabbet or dado milled into the bottom, or sides of the molding to receive, cover, and cap the element it is merging with. Still, not all drip caps, for instance, will have a small half-circle milled on the bottom edge to direct moisture away from the exterior window sill and wall, protecting the structure from water damage.

We are confident you will find a cap profile for any application in the style you're looking for. If not, send us a sketch; we would be honored to design a set of custom cutters for any specific project you are building, just contact us for assistance.

When searching for designs in the caps category, please use width dimensions to find the perspective detail that best suit your needs.

Casing - Door & Window

A door/window casing is an elegant architectural trim piece installed around the perimeter of doors and windows, providing a framed look. These trim piece designs are typically larger in thickness and smaller in width than the baseboard that butts into the casing. They a typically made from wood or other composite materials like MDF (medium-density fiberboard) or plastic. They install on either the interior or exterior, giving the application an elegant finished look.

We currently offer sixteen hundred searchable by size casing molding for your consideration, including colonial, beveled, radius edge, clamshell or streamline, and stepped patterns in many different widths sizes options. Whichever profile you are looking for, we are confident you will find a beautiful design to match your architectural style. Suppose you're searching for a symmetrical pattern. In that case, they can all be found in the chair rail section of our catalog, matching base details are located in the baseboard category. When searching perspective casing designs, please use width dimensions to narrow down size preferences in the above boxes.

Chair Rail - Symmetrical & Reeded Door Casing

Chair rail mouldings are decorative transitional wood pieces that run parallel to the baseboard around the perimeter of a room. Since the early Greeks and Romans, these attractive dividing bands were installed between two styles of wall coverings, such as wallpaper, paint, or wainscoting, or simply fractionating the wall, making the room more aesthetically appealing to the architectural style. They provide the final touch to a room when crown mould is in place. There is a common misconception that these trim pieces' sole purpose is to protect the interior walls from damage caused by the backs of chairs. Chair rail is most commonly applied between twenty-eight and thirty-two inches above the floor in a home with standard eight-foot ceilings, or you can install these decorative trim pieces at twenty-five percent of the total ceiling height for larger rooms with ten to twelve-foot walls, keep in mind that the lower position creates more eye-catching visuals.

We currently offer over one thousand thirty-seven different decorative chair rails & symmetrical door/window casings. They all utilize the traditional geometrical shapes, including ogee, cyma recta, cyma reversa, sunk and raised fillets, ovolo, cavetto, thumbnail designs, scotia, beak-shaped, and torus-shaped patterns, in both asymmetrical and symmetrical designs. Whether you're searching for a timeless classic design or a modern-day era profile, rest assured we have something stylish just for you. Please view our door/window casing category as well; we have hundreds more options available in this area of our catalog. We're confident you will find a chair rail profile to enhance your architectural style. If not, send us a sketch, and we're honored to design a set of custom knives; just contact us for assistance.

When searching perspective chair rail or symmetrical door/window casing designs, please use width measurements to narrow down size preferences. If looking for a specific width, enter the dimensions in the minimum box above.

Corners - In/Outside/Radius/Pencil Mould

Corner moulds are decorative wood or composite pieces utilized to cover the joint at the internal or external angle of two intersecting surfaces such as walls, cabinets, and countertops, to name a few. are you looking to enhance the interior architectural design of your home or office; you can beautifully accent all the corners by adding a few of our decorative traditional or contemporary corner moldings.

We currently have over two hundred fifty designs available. These include radius corners, inside, outside, 135-degree, window, pencil-shaped, ovolo, cavetto, and table leg corners, using all the classic geometrical shapes in both asymmetrical and symmetrical patterns. We also have some window, and door corners located in our stops category you may find useful. If by chance you don't find what you need, send us a sketch, and we would be happy to design a profile, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of knives for any shape you require.

For your convenience, we have an easy-to-use, profile knife calculator under each corner design. This calculator will provide quick and easy access to price quotes for all the required cutters. This creative tool will expedite the bidding process of the architectural woodworking project you're currently working on.

When searching perspective corner profiles, use finish width dimensions to narrow the search parameters. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the dimension in the minimum box above.

Cornice Build Ups

The word cornice derives from the Italian language, meaning ledge. Generally speaking, cornice molding is any horizontal decorative trim piece at the top of a building or furniture segment, such as the area over a door or window, around the top edge of a pedestal, or along the top of an interior/exterior wall. Currently have over two hundred seventy cornice designs for your consideration and use, including styles from all architectural eras. All our profiles will enhance the stylish decor of any elegant room in your home, from the tiniest accent pattern to large, graceful designs. We also have some other designs that can be utilized in a cornice buildup located in the crown category of our moulding catalog.

When searching for cornice profiles, use finish width dimensions to narrow down your size preferences. If you're looking for a specific width, enter the dimension in the minimal box above.

Cove/Cavetto/Cong'e

Cove, cavetto, and cong'e are concave wood mouldings used to form a junction between two adjacent surfaces, such as walls or ceilings, or between a door stile and door panel, to name a few. Still, they have hundreds of uses within the woodworking industry.

We currently offer over three hundred and thirty different styles of cove designs from several architectural eras, including congee style (cove tangent off a straight line), scotia style, small coves used for inside corners, glass and window stop cavetto's, edge detail profiles and extensive cove designs. We have some cove patterns with other geometrical shapes attached to the main profile, these types of cavetto profiles will be found in the crown category of our catalog. Any wood molding that has a cove as the main element is in this category.

We're confident you will find the profile style you're looking for; if not, send us a sketch. We can design a profile, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of molding knives for your specific needs; simply contact us for assistance.

When searching perspective cove designs, please use finish width dimensions to narrow down your size preferences. We have some patterns that mill from the side edge of the lumber. For these types of details, input thickness dimensions in the boxes above while searching.

Crown Mould

When visualizing crown moldings, thoughts of elegance, beauty, and luxury naturally come to mind. Crown profiles summarize a large group of wooden trim used to transition space where walls and ceilings come together gracefully. Crowns are also utilized for capping wall partitions, architectural columns or pillars/pilasters, and custom-made cabinets. They are widely used in the construction of interior and exterior cornice fabrication.

We offer over nineteen hundred searchable by size beautifully unique crown patterns in supporting and terminating roles, from the tiniest profile to large opulent designs with many architectural eras, including Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan, Contemporary, Art deco and so much more. We also have some terminating cove-style crowns located in the cove section. You will also find a wide range of supporting crowns in our bed molding category.

Whatever style of crown pattern you're looking for, we're confident you will find something that will enhance the architectural design of your beautiful home or office. If not, send us a sketch; we would be happy to create a custom design, produce an acrylic template, and grind a set of knives for any pattern you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every design in our catalog.

When searching our crown designs, please input finish width measurements in the above area to narrow down your size preferences. If you're looking for a specific width, enter that dimension in the minimal box located above.

Dentil Mould

In classical architecture, the word dentil derives from a Latin word (dens) or the French word (dentelle), meaning tooth. In modern woodworking times, dentil is defined as small, usually square repeating blocks or bands of wood used to decorate and highlight areas in a bed mold of a cornice/crown build-up on exterior buildings. Interior uses include below the crown or around a fireplace mantle, to name a few.

We have thirteen of the most popular dentil molding profiles in our catalog. Some are applied on the crown. In contrast, others retain a rabbet on the backside. This area is where the bottom of the crown molding would rest when installed, highlighting the overall architectural decor of the room. They are labor-intensive to make if you're doing the cross-cut dado on a table saw or CNC machine, but they can make the room grandeur when installed.

Whatever style of dentil you're looking for, we are confident you will find something that will enhance the architectural design of your magnificent home or office. If not, send us a sketch; we would be happy to design a profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our state-of-the-art CNC machine, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 grinder for any pattern you desire.

When searching our dentil designs, use finish width dimensions to narrow down size preferences. If you're looking for a specific width, enter that size in the minimal box.

Door Cope & Stick

Create a beautiful entryway or cabinet door with one of our many raised-panel door cope and stick profiles, mill a decorative edge on a solid door stile and rail frame, then add a raised panel for highlighting the architectural decor of your home while simultaneously adding structural integrity and long-lasting durability to the door.

We offer over one-hundred-eighty geometric shapes for milling cope & stick door profiles. Styles include ovolo, splay face, cyma recta, cyma reversa, chamfered, mission style, shaker style, and a few mullion cope and stick patterns for large garage doors. We have the desired patterns if you're building a cabinet door, 1-3/8", 1-3/4", or a larger 2-1/8" entryway door.

If by chance you don't find what you're looking for, browse our door rail category for all our mitered door rails or send us a sketch, we would be happy to design the profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our state of the art CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder.

When searching perspective door cope and stick designs, please use finish thickness dimensions to narrow down size preferences.

Door Jambs - Interior/Exterior/Thresholds

Door jambs are pieces of lumber utilized to hold and contain doors or windows in place to the outer frame of a door or window opening. After installation, door/window casing is installed around the perimeter. brick molding is more often utilized on the exterior of a building, both providing an architecturally framed look while simultaneously hiding gaps between the wall and framed opening. We currently have over one hundred and fifteen door jamb patterns available, including interior, exterior, jamb extensions, single and double rabbeted door jambs, and a few thresholds. Please look in our sills category for other door and window frame parts, we have many to choose from to complement your architectural style.

If by chance you don't see a door or window jamb you need, send us a sketch; we would be happy to design the profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machine, and grind a set of custom knives for any shape you desire. Whether you own a Weinig, Leadermac, SCM, or Kentwood machinery, our patterns will mill flawlessly on them all. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

Edge & Ovolo Profiles

Edge profile designs will save you money in production costs since they become milled from the side edge of a piece of lumber. There is built-in versatility to alter widths to any desired size. We currently offer over two hundred-forty different edge profiles for your convenience. They include ovolo-shapes, countertop edges, ogee contours, beveled edge details, quarter round, and cavetto/cove shaped. No matter what edge style you're looking for, we will have something that will enhance the style and decor of your great home or office. You may also find some designs in our radius section, nosing group, and in the applied moulding category.

If by chance you don't see the profile you desire, send us a sketch. We would be happy to create a cad design, cut an acrylic template, and grind a set of knives for any pattern you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use profile knife calculator located directly under every detail in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

When searching edge patterns, please use finish thickness dimensions to narrow size preferences. These designs get milled on a vertical cutter head on either a shaper or an industrial-style machine.

Finger Pulls

Finger pulls best described as profiles that allow someone to grip, grab, or insert fingers into an opening of a cabinet door, chest of drawers, filing cabinet, or any other piece of furniture that requires opening by hand. We currently offer twenty different sophisticated styles of finger pulls for your convenience and consideration, specific profiles mill from a single vertical cutter head, others from both left and suitable cutter heads, and a few from the top and bottom machining stations.

If by chance you don't see a design or shape you desire, send us a sketch. We would be happy to design and manufacture profile knives for any pattern that best fits your architectural style.

When searching finger pulls profiles, please use finish width dimensions to narrow down size preferences. We also have a few details that are cut on the side edge of a piece of lumber; for these patterns, please use thickness dimensions while searching.

Floor/Shoe Railings

A floor/shoe rail molding is the lower-most portion of the balustrade of a staircase that receives the vertical balusters or spindles. They are mounted to a floor or secured into a wall and or newel post. They generally have a specific size dado milled into the top of the pattern to receive the identical size balusters or spindles. Minor thin fillers get installed into the spaces between the balusters underneath the hand railing and the top of the floor railing.

We offer over twenty-five different elegant floor/shoe rail profiles that provide stairway solutions of charisma, sophistication, and luxury. Browse our extensive handrail section of our catalog, and we are sure you will find many stylish patterns to enhance the architectural decor of your beautiful home. If, by chance, you don't see the design or shape you desire, send us a sketch. We would be happy to design and make a set of profile knives for any detail you require. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering fast and accurate price quotes.

When searching for shoe rail molding profiles, please use finish width dimensions to narrow size preferences. If you're looking for a specific size, enter that dimension in the minimal box above.

Fluted Casing/Columns/Pilasters

This type of trim moulding is a decorative profile comprised of long vertical semicircular grooves known as flutes; they get milled into the surface of a solid wood blank or column at regular intervals separated by flat line segments. These are used in conjunction with plinth blocks & rosettes, chair railing, pilaster embellishments, and door/window casings. Some fluted designs have reeds or half-round circles milled on the opposite side, creating a universal, dual-purpose profile to better serve two different applications within the home.

We currently offer over one hundred and eighty different decorative styles, including single, multiple, door/window casings, half-round profiles used as applied mouldings, complete rounds, pencil trays, and more. If, by chance, you don't see the design you desire, send us a sketch; we are happy to design and make a set of custom knives for any geometrical shape you require.

When searching our fluted profiles, please use finish width dimensions to narrow size preferences. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the measurement in the minimal box above.

Full Rounds

A complete round molding is an entire circular-shaped piece of lumber milled into various sizes that can be used as columns, closet rods, shafts for curtains, and dowels for towel bars, to name a few. This section of our catalog will find the most popular sizes of complete rounds, including fluted, multiple circular profiles for making small dowels and tongue and groove style for manufacturing large exterior columns.

When milling these patterns, the most accurate way to cut the lumber is from four milling stations on an industrial molder. Machining utilizes the right and left vertical cutter heads and the top and bottom cutterheads. This method will reduce the size of the cutting circle while eliminating any ninety-degree portions of the f that you would have if you machine the molding with just two sets of knives instead of four. We can incorporate a greater blending area in the design; nobody will ever realize where one cutter begins or ends.

If by chance you don't see the whole round size you need, please tell us the size you want; we would be happy to make four sets of custom knives for any profile you require. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

When searching our round shapes, please use finish width dimensions for perspective size preferences.

Half Rounds

Half-rounds are semicircular patterns that are generally half the thickness of the overall width dimension. These types of profiles can be used for shelf edging, nosing for countertops, battens, decorative enhancements for cabinets, or become creative by utilizing them as an element in a cornice or crown buildup.

Please note: half-round knives cannot be utilized for milling nosings. And vise versa, the reason being, half rounds are generally milled on a top cutter head; the profile knives will come within twenty-thousandths of an inch from the machine bed plates. Bullnose profiles get milled on either the right or left cutterheads. These types of cutters have blend areas built into the knife design. The blend area makes the knives project further by about three-sixteenths of an inch longer than a half-round design. The reason is to blend the top and bottom horizontal straight cutters, so those could not be utilized as half-round cutters on the top spindle because the blend area would crash into the machine bed plates. If you tried to use a half-round knife as a bullnose with no blend area in the design, they would cause cut lines to remain in the finished molding. This unsightly line would leave the product damaged and unsellable.

Mirror Reflections currently have over forty different sizes of half-rounds ranging from one-quarter inch wide to four inches. A few larger-size designs will require multiple sets of profile knives to mill the pattern because of the depth of cut. We can simultaneously mill numerous pieces on the smaller, 3/4", and under. Remember that we recommend anti-kickback devices for this milling operation for safety purposes. This unique splitter-style custom knife is a great way to utilize fall-off rips of lumber while multiplying production in a fraction of the time. If, by chance, you don't see the size you need, please tell us the dimension you want; we would be happy to make a set of custom knives for any profile you require. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering fast price quotes.

When searching these profiles, please input finish width dimensions for size preferences.

Handrails

A handrail is designed to be grasped by hand and provide stability and support while ascending or descending a staircase to prevent injury from falls. Balusters or a balustrade typically support handrails; they also can be reinforced by a floor/shoe railing molding that is secured directly to a floor, walls, or a newel post. Most types of handrails or grab rails are installed in and around staircases, balconies, bathrooms, bars, restaurants, pubs, ships galleys, barres (training aids for ballet dancers) and as a top cap for a railing.

We currently have over five hundred infinitely adaptable handrail profiles with timeless elegance bringing warmth and pleasantness to every architectural style. We offer many designs, including bending rail, full round, rectangular, oval-shaped, colonial, institutional, and the most popular types.

If by chance you don't see the pattern you desire, send us a sketch; we would be happy to draw up a design in cad, cut an acrylic template, and grind knives for any profile you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

When searching handrail designs, please input finish width dimensions in the boxes provided above or thickness measurements depending on how it is milled on industrial machinery. If you're looking for a specific size, enter that dimension in the minimal box provided.

Mullion/Muntins

The easiest way to remember the differences between the two mouldings is mullions divide spaces, and muntins divide glass. Mullions are vertical trim pieces located between windows that provide structural support. Concurrently, muntins divide the grid area of individual panes of glass in a wood window. We currently have over eighty styles of mullions/muntins for your consideration; some patterns will have both the cope and stick details. Our profiles include ovolo, chamfered, cyma recta/reversa, quarter round, and eased edge details with a weather stripping groove milled into them after production; some millwork shops will be able to mill these grooves simultaneously with a universal cutter head.

If by chance you don't find what you're looking for, browse our plant on/applied molding category, we have other options available or send us a sketch, we would be happy to design a profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder for any pattern.

When searching our mullion profiles, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences. Use thickness measurements for designs cutting from a vertical cutter head on an industrial-style molder or shaper. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the dimensions in the minimal box above.

Nosing/Bullnose

A nosing is a functional horizontal trim piece that protects the edge of something, like the tread of a staircase that extends beyond the riser, or the edges of a countertop to name a few. Some nosing details have dado's milled into them to receive the edge of a shelf. They provide a decorative design and good structural support. Other patterns may have rabbets milled into the backside, like the edge of a tongue and groove used in flooring applications. We currently offer over three hundred and sixty decorative, well-designed nosings with a wide range of styles and uses, including bullnose, beaded face frames, shelving, stair treads, flooring, countertops, and more. We combined many geometrical shapes, including half round, fillets, ovolo, ogee, rabbets, dadoes, radiuses, torus, cavetto's and turned them into many stunning patterns to greatly enhance the style and decor of your fabulous home or office.

If you don't see the profile that best suits your needs, send us a sketch. We would be happy to design a profile on cad, cut an acrylic template with our CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder for any pattern you desire.

When searching our bullnose profiles, use thickness dimensions. Please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences in the search boxes above for all other nosing designs. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the exact measurements in the minimal box provided above.

Ogee - Cyma Recta/Reversa

An ogee/cyma is an s-shaped trim profile consisting of two tangent radii with semicircular arcs. We utilize the convex portion of one semicircle and the concave section of the other, creating an s-shaped curvature. Ogees can have either the cyma recta or cyma reversa; these types of profiles usually are flanked by vertical line segments, known as fillets. We currently offer over one hundred twenty ogee patterns, including cyma recta/reversa designs in different sizes ranging from five-sixteenths of an inch to one and five-eighths inch thickness. These detailed profiles can be used for a wide range of applications, including baseboard, casing, countertop nosings, shelf edges, and so many more. Whatever way you utilize our ogee designs, these stylish decorative profiles will enrich the architectural style of any fashionable home or office building.

If by chance you don't see the shape that best suits your needs. Send us a sketch; we would be happy to design a new profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder for any pattern you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

When searching our ogee or cyma recta/reversa profiles, please use finish thickness dimensions to narrow size preferences; all these designs are cut from a vertical cutter head on either a shaper or industrial molder. This category of patterns will save money in production costs since they are all milled from a lumber's side edge. You also have the versatility to change widths to any desired size within the parameters of the machinery used to mill the products with a simple radial adjustment on the molder or shaper.

Panel - Bolection Mould

A panel/bolection mould is a functional enhancing wood pattern used to trim raised or flat panel wall construction. They can also be utilized as a bolection molding for door construction, a base cap in a baseboard or cornice buildup, wainscot cap, or, as a picture frame to highlight the artwork. We currently offer over six hundred and fifty beautiful profiles of various shapes and sizes ranging from under a half-inch to over five inches wide. All these stylish designs are guaranteed to add grace and elegance to the architectural decor of your attractive home.

If by chance you don't see the design that best fits your needs, send us a sketch, we would be happy to design a creative profile on cad, cut a plastic template on our CNC machinery, and use it to grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder. We have an easy-to-useknife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

All shapes in this section of our catalog will have a designated size rabbet milled into them; profiles without rabbets are located in the plant on/applied moulding category. When searching our patterns, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences. Enter the measurements in the minimal box above if you want a specific size.

Picture Frame

Picture and mirror frames are embellished wooden pieces used to create decorative edges or borders around creative artwork or a glass mirror. These beautiful patterns are manufactured from wood and various other materials, such as medium-density fiberboard (MDF), aluminum, plastic, and polystyrene, to name a few. Browse over three hundred and eighty elegant picture frames from the victorian era to more modern profiles in various shapes and sizes ranging from one-half inch to six inches wide. All our frame designs will generate grace and luxury while preserving the mystique of the artwork it surrounds.

If by chance you don't see a detail that heightens the beauty of your artwork while simultaneously enriching the architectural decor of your home, send us a sketch, we would be happy to create a new design on cad, cut a plastic template on our state of the art CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder. Don't forget, we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering fast, accurate price quotes.

When searching for picture frame designs, please input width dimensions to narrow down size preferences in the above search boxes. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the measurements in the minimal box above.

Plant-on/Picture Rail/Applied Moulding

Applied molding is a decorative trim profile "planted on" top of another architectural element. Here are a few examples that quickly come to mind, picture rails for artwork, beaded face frames for kitchen cabinets, pencil moulding for accenting trim work, stylish beak-shaped profiles, fillets installed between balusters on staircases, mullions for windows, screen mould for doors, shelf edges, flat astragal, glass beads, base caps, and half rounds are all good examples of patterns that are "planted on" or applied to another element of the architectural style. We currently offer over eleven hundred and eighty beautiful plant-on/applied molding designs, from simplistic everyday details to the most sophisticated ornate patterns imaginable, utilizing all the geometrical elements including ovolo, cyma recta, cyma reversa, scotia, splay, torus, cavetto, thumb, bead, and fillets.

When searching our plant on/applied profile designs, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences in the search area on top. If searching for a specific size, enter the measurements in the minimum box above. If by chance you don't see an applied/plant on detail that enhances the character of your architectural décor, send us a sketch, and we would be happy to create a custom design on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of high precision cutters on our Weinig Rondamat 960 profile grinder. We also have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

Plinth Blocks

Plinth blocks are decorative wooden trim pieces that connect and intersect the horizontal baseboard with the vertical casing trim around a door opening. The door casing butts into the plinth block vertically, and the baseboard butts into the plinth block horizontally. We offer over one hundred and twenty plinth block choices, from classic beveled profiles to more intricate stylish patterns. Every profile we design will add a touch of elegance to any baseboard and door casing in your magnificent home.

If you don't see a pattern that will enhance the architectural décor of your base and case choices, send us a sketch, we would be happy to create a custom profile design on cad, cut a plastic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of high precision knives on our Weinig Rondamat 960 profile grinder. We also have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every design in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

When searching various patterns, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences in the above boxes. If searching for a specific size, enter the exact measurements in fractions of an inch or decimals in the minimal box provided.

Radius Edge/Quarter Rounds

We offer over two hundred thirty different radius profiles for you to choose from, including quarter round beads, eased edges for casings, double radiuses for milling handrail balusters, radius arcs used as wall caps, and so much more. If you want to mill all four edges on a single piece of lumber, flip the same acrylic template over, reference the pattern to the opposite side of the profile grinder, and make two sets of knives. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

Raised Panels

Raised panels are decorative edges milled on the side edge of a wood or MDF (medium-density fiberboard) panel, creating more depth between the frame and panel while providing additional character to a door. These panels serve various applications, including interior/exterior entryway doors, kitchen cabinet doors, walls, and furniture panels. These designs can have arches or be square and glass or other inserts that add distinctive highlights to a cabinet element or a door design.

After the milling process, which is generally done on a shaper, the panels are inserted into grooves in the vertical and horizontal members of a stile and rail, cope and stick, or mitered door rail and drawer front type of frame. In this style of door construction, the panel will generally float within the frame so it can easily adjust to seasonal changes in relative humidity without damaging the structure; using space balls in the grooves during assembly is the preferred method of building a raised panel.

If by chance you don't find a profile that best fits your application, send us a sketch. We would be happy to design a new profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of cutters on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder for any pattern you desire. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use profile knife calculator located directly under every detail in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

Scribe Moulding

A scribe is a thin band of wood used to cover irregularities between a cabinet unit and a wall. Scribes provide a finished look to the cabinet's overall appearance., whether installed vertically or horizontally. The most common size for a scribe profile is about 3/4" wide but can be more considerable under certain circumstances to conceal more significant size gaps. These profiles typically have one straight edge on the side, which is placed flush against the wall. The opposite side can have a milled profile with radiuses to ease the transition from the scribe to the cabinet.

We have a good variety of these types of patterns available for your consideration; 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 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.

Shiplap Paneling/Siding

A shiplap is a functional trim piece typically used for siding. They are defined by milled wooden boards that overlap the one below the previous board when installed. Shiplap profiles come in various designs, including beveled, resawn, teardrop, clapboard, channel, v groove, and some tambour for a roll-top desk. We currently have over two hundred patterns for your consideration, including all the above styles. If you would like to see other options in siding profiles, please check out our tongue and groove category.

When searching shiplap profiles, please input finish width dimensions in decimals in the above search boxes. Some of our details are milled from the right and left vertical cutterheads on industrial machinery. For these types of patterns, use thickness dimensions when searching. If you're looking for a specific size, enter identical dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces provided above.

If by chance you don't find a profile that best fits your current needs, just send us a sketch, we would be happy to design a custom profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of blades on our Weinig R 960 knife grinder. Don't forget, we have an easy-to-use cost calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

Shutter/Louver Parts

In this category of our catalog, we have everything you need to build a superior quality wood or MDF (medium-density fiberboard) shutter in various sizes and designs. These styles include tapered louvers, false louvers, stiles, rails, flat slats, tilt rods, beaded frames, Z frames, and valances.

If by chance you don't find a shutter profile that fits into your current architectural design, just send us a sketch. We are honored to design a new louver profile on cad, cut an acrylic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of cutters on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder, in any high-quality knife steel you want. Don't forget; we have an easy-to-use knife calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

When browsing for louver or shutter parts, please input finish width dimensions in decimals in the above search boxes. Some of our profiles, like frame stiles, are milled from the right and left vertical cutter heads on an industrial-grade molder. For these types of patterns, use thickness dimensions when searching. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the identical dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces provided above.

Sills - Aprons/Door/Thresholds/Window

We currently have over fifty-five styles, shapes, and sizes of door and window sills, including rabbeted stools, window sills with drip edges, door thresholds, and much more. You will find some door and window components in the jambs category.

If by chance you don't find a door or window sill that fits into your current architectural plan, just send us a sketch. We would be thrilled to design a new sill profile on cad, cut a plastic template on our modern CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig R 960 profile grinder, in any high-quality knife steel you want. We have an easy-to-use cost calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

When browsing our door or window sill designs, please input width dimensions in either fractions or decimals in the above search boxes. A few of our profiles, like window sill nosing , are milled from the right or left vertical spindles on a commercial-grade molder; for these types of patterns, use thickness dimensions when searching. If you're looking for a specific size, enter identical dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces provided above.

Stops - Door/Glass/Window

A stop is a piece of wood that holds another part of the architectural element in place. Here are a few examples that quickly come to mind; a door stop in door jamb construction, the workpiece is nailed to the face, or inserted into a dado milled into the frame to stop the door from swinging through the frame opening. In window production, stops are used on the opposite side of the mutin to hold panes of glass in place.

We currently offer over one hundred thirty styles of attractive stop moldings, including door, window, glass, and T-shaped profiles. You may also find some patterns that could be utilized as a stop in our corners category and in the ogee section of our catalog. If by chance you don't find a door or window pattern that fits into your current architectural element design, simply send us a sketch. We would be pleased to design a new profile in our cad program, cut a plastic template on our modern CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives on our Weinig profile grinder, in any one of our high-quality knife steels you desire. We also have an easy-to-use cost calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

When searching for stops, please input width dimensions in either fractions or decimals in the above search boxes. If you're looking for a specific size, enter the identical dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces.

Tongue & Groove Flooring - Siding

A tongue and groove are a joint used to connect two wood objects after the milling process. Single lumber would have a groove milled on one side edge and a tongue milled on the opposite side. A void area is usually incorporated into the design to compensate for seasonal changes in relative humidity; this area allows the boards to move during these weather changes without damaging the lumber.

We currently offer over six hundred styles of tongue and groove patterns, including butt joints, v-groove flooring, log cabin siding, beadboard paneling, flooring reducers, radius edge paneling, nickel board siding, double tongue & groove profiles for decking, glue joints, full round columns, hexagons, octagons, decagons, Pickwick paneling, wainscot paneling, and so much more. Many of our tongue and groove siding details will mill to any size width you desire; we even have more options for siding profiles located in our shiplap category, these patterns will have a shiplap joint instead.

If for any reason you don't find the type of tongue and groove that best fits into your current architectural design, simply send us a sketch. We would be happy to design a new pattern, cut a plastic template on our CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives in any grade of our high-quality knife steel.

When searching our tongue & groove designs, please input width dimensions in decimals in the above search boxes. Like flooring, v-groove paneling, or nickel board, many of our profiles are milled from the right and left vertical cutter heads on an industrial moulder. For these types of patterns, use thickness dimensions when searching. If you're looking for a specific size, enter face coverage dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces provided, this feature will save time finding the profile you desire.

Trim Moulding - Miscellaneous

The words trim moulding groups together such a wide variety of profiles we have to offer, like baseboard, casing, crown, but we already have specific categories for these details. Our trim category is an assortment of profiles we didn't have a category name. We did not know what the application was for after the milling process when we designed them, like stemware molding for wine glasses, business card holders, pencil trays, and things. We will try to list these designs in the appropriate category as time passes, but this is an area of last resort. Look here if you cannot find the profile you desire in any of the other categories.

If for any reason you don't see the type of trim pattern that best fits into your current architectural design, simply send us a sketch. We would be thrilled to design a new trim profile, cut an acrylic template on our modern CNC machinery, and grind a set of knives in any grade of our high-quality knife steel. We also have an easy-to-use cost calculator located directly under every profile in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.

When searching for trim molding designs, please input width dimensions in either fractions or decimals in the above search boxes. If you're looking for a specific size, enter identical dimensions in the minimal and maximum spaces provided, this feature will save time finding the pattern.

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