Read on to discover the 12 key functions of framing – these short bullet points can help answer any questions you might have about frames and the framing process. In part one, we’ll look at some of the essential machinery involved:
A Morso guillotine provides accurate control over mitre cuts of frame mouldings. A precision mitre cut will ensure a neat and strong join at each corner of the frame.
A computer controlled compressed air underpinner from Cassese provides accurate control over alignment and butting of the frame moulding during the joining of mitres. Pre-programming for the many frame moulding shapes ensures consistent accuracy and cycle times.
A precision semi-automatic mount cutter ensures consistent and accurate single and multiple apertures are created in a simple and effective manner. Double mounts and V-grooved decor around the mount is done with ease from the basic foundations set up for the mount on our equipment.
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