Rafał B-i

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На канале представлены видео наших работ в готовом виде и в процессе их изготовления. В небольшой мастерской мы занимаемся художественной резьбой по дереву, ...

На канале представлены видео наших работ в готовом виде и в процессе их изготовления. В небольшой мастерской мы занимаемся художественной резьбой по дереву, ...

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These classic profiles have been copied from popular antique molding planes and are widely used to produce architectural millwork! By combining cuts from two or more bits, an unlimited variety of profiles can be produced. 2 flute, carbide tipped with totally enclosed ball bearing guides. Available in a 10 Piece Router Bit Set or individually. #woodworking

Woodworking is a job, for which one requires to work with precision and skill. Mistakes during woodworking may spoil the whole piece. In woodworking, there are some things, which should be done repeatedly. woodworking jigs are tools,

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Early Modern Mouldings, by Gordon Bock - Old-House Journal Early Modern Moulding Design Ideas - designs & terminology of door & window trims of early These are great looking designs requiring basic carpentry skills & tools - no mitered cuts to make!

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Farmhouse-Trim-Measurements A – 31.5″ B – 63″ The top trim is a combination of a essentially three pieces, a larger top molding, a flat board and then a smaller bottom molding. The area marked “C” is the setback of what was originally the drywall and our contractor stacked it out where that piece met the front facing piece. C – 4.25″ D – 3.5″ E – 1″ F – 4.5″ G – 2.25″

Farmhouse-Trim-Measurements A – 31.5″ B – 63″ The top trim is a combination of a essentially three pieces, a larger top molding, a flat board and then a smaller bottom molding. The area marked “C” is the setback of what was originally the drywall and our contractor stacked it out where that piece met the front facing piece. C – 4.25″ D – 3.5″ E – 1″ F – 4.5″ G – 2.25″