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Old 02-28-2012, 06:57 AM   #1
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I was wondering if any of you could identify this molding. Here are the profiles I have access to- http://mouldingandmillwork.com/pdf/I...file_Guide.pdf

It looks like a standard bullnose apron piece of trim, but for the life of me, I can't find it on the above sheet....!

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Base cap. Page 34.

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Base cap. Page 34.
That doesn't look like it. The profile in my example picture is used as the counter top for a wood cabinet built-in. It's the edging for a piece of 3/4" ply countertop. The base cap you reference has a slight lip on the top and not rounded straight so that it would lay flush with the 3/4" ply top.
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So does the one in your pic. Enlarge the picture and its clearly visible.
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what 12penny said.
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So does the one in your pic. Enlarge the picture and its clearly visible.
Sorry, I fail to see how any of these look like the molding in my example picture.
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Again, enlarge the pic you gave us and its there.


Its #1201. But, the one in your pic appears to be 1 1/2" tall whereas 1201 is 1 1/4"

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Again, enlarge the pic you gave us and its there.
The red arrow above shows a part of the profile that is not on my example pic. I am assuming that you are thinking the 1201 is the molding. The point of the modling in my example pic is to provide an edging for a countertop. So what I am looking for is more of an edge banding/stool/apron thing. What am I missing here?
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Did u enlarge the pic? I'm tellin ya, except for size thats the exact same profile.

And no millwork catalog I,ve ever seen has a section for countertop/apron/edging thingies.

Thats a base cap, used as a countertop/shelf edge.

I'm going to work know.
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Did u enlarge the pic? I'm tellin ya, except for size thats the exact same profile.

And no millwork catalog I,ve ever seen has a section for countertop/apron/edging thingies.

Thats a base cap, used as a countertop/shelf edge.

I'm going to work know.
I did enlarge it but I still couldn't see that little lip. I believe you. Sorry for doubting ya.......
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if you take and look at the box stores that is a perfect picture of the base cap.
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the molding shown in the first picture looks like either small chair rail or a panel molding. panel moldings are used for banding edges of plywood to hide the veneers or for small decorative moldings for columns, mantels and other ornate trim details
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Looks like base cap to me.
If there was a lip at the top it would be panel cap.
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I did enlarge it but I still couldn't see that little lip. I believe you. Sorry for doubting ya.......
I completely agree....that lip isn't there in your original picture.
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I completely agree....that lip isn't there in your original picture.

It must be time for me to have my eyes checked. Normally I dont see things that are there. Now I'm seeing things that arent there.

Sure looks like a small reveal to me.

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