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PowerPoint ® Presentation Unit 61 Interior Trim Wood Molding Composite Molding Trimming Door Openings Trimming Window Openings Installing Base Molding.

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2 PowerPoint ® Presentation Unit 61 Interior Trim Wood Molding Composite Molding Trimming Door Openings Trimming Window Openings Installing Base Molding Installing Ceiling Molding

3 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Softwood and hardwood lumber are used in the manufacture of wood molding.

4 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Wood moldings are trim pieces at the juncture of walls and ceilings and floor and walls, and at intersections of other materials.

5 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Molding is commonly installed along the floor and around door and window openings. In some cases, ceiling molding is specified.

6 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Door casing patterns may be contemporary or traditional in design. Door casing is usually backed out to produce a tight fit.

7 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Door casing is nailed to the trimmer stud and side jamb.

8 Unit 61 — Interior Trim A 45° miter cut is usually required at the joints between the top piece and the side pieces of door casing.

9 Unit 61 — Interior Trim When trimming a door opening, first mark the doorjamb at intervals for a 1/8″ reveal.

10 Unit 61 — Interior Trim More shrinkage occurs across the grain than along the grain of wood. Since there is more width at the heel than at the toe of the miter, the heel of the miter joint opens up.

11 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Specialty clamps may be used to apply pressure to a miter joint to allow the glued joint to reach its full strength.

12 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Interior window trim for wood-framed windows may be either contemporary or traditional in design. Window trim should match door trim in the building.

13 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Traditional window trim requires a rabbeted stool. A variety of patterns are available.

14 Unit 61 — Interior Trim When a stool and apron are installed, a corner return is used to conceal the end grain.

15 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Base molding is held tightly to the finished floor and nailed to the bottom plate and studs.

16 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Base molding is usually thinner than the door casing it butts against.

17 Unit 61 — Interior Trim Base molding may be applied with a base shoe and base cap.

18 Unit 61 — Interior Trim For an inside corner fit, one piece of the base molding must be cut for proper fit.

19 Unit 61 — Interior Trim A scarf joint produces the best fit between two pieces of base molding joined along a wall. Scarf joints should always be glued to limit separation.

20 Unit 61 — Interior Trim When fitting base molding, first fit and cope the inside corner of one piece, then miter the outside corners.

21 Unit 61 — Interior Trim The three basic profiles of ceiling molding are rectangular with a beveled edge, cove, and crown.

22 Unit 61 — Interior Trim When installing crown molding, one of the inside corner pieces is coped.

23 Unit 61 — Interior Trim When cutting a 45° angle on crown molding, position the molding with the bottom edge pressed against the fence of the miter box.


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