staff bead

staff bead

[′staf ‚bēd]
(building construction)
A bead between a wooden frame and adjacent masonry.
A molded or beaded angle of wood or metal set into the corner of plaster walls.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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.

staff bead

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Details like the internal and external staff bead details, continuous "one piece" horns, authentic deep bottom rails and developing a "timber" acrylic finish, grained to look like "freshly" painted, off-white timber sash windows.
"Details like the internal and external staff bead details, continuous 'one piece' horns, authentic deep bottom rails and fully butt jointed frames (no diagonal welding) developing a 'timber' acrylic finish, grained to look like 'freshly' painted, off-white timber sash windows."
Details like the internal and external staff bead details, continuous 'one piece' horns, authentic deep bottom rails and developing a 'timber' acrylic finish, grained to look like 'freshly' painted, off-white timber sash windows.

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