Door stile

Door stile

One of the upright structural members of the frame that is located at the outer edge of a door.

door stile

A vertical structural member of the door itself; this is in contrast to a vertical structural member of the doorframe, which is called a jamb. The inner stile (i.e., the stile nearest the axis about which the door swings) is called the hinge stile; the outer stile is called the lock stile.
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This checklist is typically found as a yellow sticker on the door stile.
ASH currently produces a range of high quality manufactured timber products, such as window and door frames, door stiles and flooring products which have traditionally been imported, Mr Ryan said.
Founded in 1998 by Dwight Kratzer, WCP produces hardwood components including stair parts, dowels, mouldings and door stiles.
Nearby, utilizing the iConnect software, a special cell links Kentwood moulders with a Dimter Opticut S90 optimizing saw with inkjets, to the Friulmac TRex end-machining line for door stiles and rails.
In this construction, tenons were cut on the ends of the two door stiles (located adjacent to the front posts of the cabinet).
Nordson's booth will feature an active display/demonstration of Allwood Machinery's mitered cabinet door machine, demonstrating the efficient use of PUR adhesive in the mortise of mitered door stiles and rails.
The machine is suitable for a variety of milling operations on window frames or door stiles, as well as on stair and furniture components.
The 3503 will produce finished size cabinet door stiles and rails from random length and width $4S material.
Lexington uses its new L&L radio frequency gluing line to glue TimberStrand-backed door stiles to a hardwood base.
The company's primary products include square and cathedral solid wood doors, face frames, door stiles and rails, panels and drawer fronts.