Scribed Work

Scribing or shaping one piece to fit over another, as in a moulded and rebated/rabbeted framework (168:17), is an alternative to mitring and gives the same overall appearance; also, any shrinkage is disguised and will not show as an open gap (X) visible in mitred work. Scribes are, however, more difficult to cut and their application more limited, for external angles (172:2) cannot be scribed, nor can undercut mouldings (172:4). The inner angle (172:2) and the moulding (172:3) can be scribed.

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