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Post by rotorhead77 » Tue 17 Nov, 2020 4:29 pm

Found this forum online and wanted say hello. I am not a framing craftsman, but have bought several Larson Juhl moldings that are discontinued in the US but not in the UK. I have been unable to find a suitable framer who can cut and assemble this molding to my satisfaction. I have had two frames assembled, but I can slide a business card in all for miter joints. This frame is for a canvas print that is somewhat valuable and the frame has to be close to perfect (within reason). I have decided to try to cut and assemble the moldings myself. I own a high-end miter saw with a 12" Freud 100 tooth blade for fine finish work. I plan to use the two poorly assembled frames as test materials. I am looking forward to learning about frame assembly on this forum.


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Post by Not your average framer » Tue 17 Nov, 2020 5:51 pm

Fill your boots! there's plenty to look at on here and no shortage of those who are more than happy to answer questions as well.

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Re: Hello

Post by Keith Hewitt » Wed 18 Nov, 2020 7:44 am

Welcome Rotorhead77

I was going to suggest you try posting on The Grumble - the USA equivalent of this mainly UK forum.

But I see you already joined yesterday and have received many replies and lots of advice.
To me it seems a bit messy buying a few mouldings from LJ in UK to frame your print, when you are not a framer.

But hey - it shows how active LJ UK are at exporting :o
I wish you luck. :clap:
I have visited distributors and framers in 89 countries - no two are the same.


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