Crown Moulding - Dentil Moulding - Crown Extender Molding
The black, at the left side of each photo, is the cross section of the moulding profile.
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Crown Extenders, like CE 45 and CE 44, are used to extend the size of a crown moulding.
The crown extender is placed behind and below the crown moulding, such as CM 97, to extend the
moulding lower on the wall. Crown extenders can be used with most any crown moulding. CE 45
can also be placed behind and above the crown moulding on the ceiling, to wrap the moulding
further along the ceiling.
Hardwood Moulding (Molding):
All the mouldings above are available in poplar and red oak; most can also be special ordered in
cherry, hard white maple, soft maple, and ramin. All mouldings are made from top grade lumber,
defected for knots and cracks.
Dentil Moulding (Molding):
The dentil insert (D2, D3, D4) is cut from the same wood as the main moulding. It is attached with
brads and glue to the crown moulding (CM92, CM93, CM94) to make CM92/2, CM93/3 & CM94/4.
The dentil may also be supplied unattached, depending on the wishes of the carpenter.
Embossed Moulding (Molding):
Embossing patterns are made with heat and pressure that burns and impresses the pattern into the
wood. Poplar is an excellent wood for embossing because it is firm enough to stand up to the
force of the embossing process, yet soft enough to take a deep impression. With embossing, the
pattern is all wood, so it stains and otherwise acts as wood, because it is wood.