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Jun 12, 2010 ... This short clip will show you how to cut MDF so you can bend it for corners or
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Use a scrap piece of baseboard to adjust and test the depth of the cut. Stopping
the cut 1/8 inch from the top of the molding keeps the cuts, or kerfs, from being ...
Baseboards, for instance, are designed for ordinary straight walls. This does not
mean, though, that they can't be used on curved walls. You can bend a ...
The stopped kerf will likely be problematic. If you can match the finish later you
could use unfinished stock, steam bend it and finish it after ...
Jun 26, 2009 ... We have kerfed the back but the moulding won't bend in a straight line, wants to
bend down because of the angle of the kerf. Species is ...
Oct 4, 2006 ... An alternative would be to kerf the back of the baseboard, cutting grooves across
the width on a quarter inch spacing, this would allow you to ...
Jul 30, 2009 ... I'm not sure if I'm totally following you on the bend, but could you use kerf core or
make your own kerf core? I've also have done many stack ...
Make relief or "kerf" cuts into the back of the baseboard, if the trim is particularly
thick. Make these shallow cuts evenly but closely spaced on the backside of your
Oct 24, 2011 ... The toughest part about installing any molding (baseboard, shoe molding, .... cut
it at least one to three more times, maybe a kerf-width per cut.