corner molding

corner bead, angle bead, angle staff, corner guard, corner molding, plaster bead, staff bead

corner bead, 2
1. Any vertical molding, usually a plain, filleted, or quirked bead, used to protect the external angle of two intersecting surfaces.
2. A strip of formed galvanized iron, sometimes combined with a strip of metal lath, placed on corners before plastering to reinforce them.
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To illustrate this point, a sample set of flow calculations for a simple corner molding was made for three different polymers, showing the variation in the profile with each polymer and illustrating the lack of universality.
Ideal applications for the Tip-Top range are corner molding, the manufacture of small molded parts and/ or small batch sizes.
One new grade, which adheres to thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) systems and to existing EPDM rubber profiles, is designed primarily for glass run channel corner molding applications that require a low coefficient of friction.
Once the works were varnished, many students wanted to frame the work with corner molding, which in some cases we had to cut thinner to avoid too much overlapping of the design.
introduces a new solid surface insert cutter for faster uniform corner molding. The easy-to-use cutter eliminates material waste or the need for additional sanding that results from irregular cuts.
The upper reservoir stream path was divided into eight quadrats (30.5 X 30.5 centimeters) with 2.5 centimeters (one inch) corner molding used as a partition (Fig.
The outside corner molding that wraps around the front of the columns is easy to make on a table saw, or you can buy a similar molding at most lumberyards.
For a little extra, you can get optional trim kits, corner molding and molded shelves in matching or complementary colors (see Buyer's Guide).