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Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby John J. Desmond » Sun, Sep 06 2009, 3:55PM

Does anyone know where I can get crown molding that is just plain straight rather than the traditional curvy molding? I am going a kitchen that is along the Frank Lloyd Wright design. Everything is either straight or angled. There are no curves at all in the house. So, anyone ever use this type or know where I can get some, or anyone with a molder willing to make some in the near future?

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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Sep 06 2009, 6:54PM

I found 3 in my KCDw program
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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby Gary Puckett » Sun, Sep 06 2009, 7:04PM

John,

Try Walzcraft here is what I found. The number is 1672

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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Sep 06 2009, 7:09PM

Or you can look into Tague Lumber molding and redesign one of the molding
They are in DXF easy to change it around to what you or they like
http://www.taguelumber.com/tague/index. ... n=standard

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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby John J. Desmond » Sun, Sep 06 2009, 9:16PM

Guys,

Thanks. This will help a lot. I was not finding anything but did not look where you did. This will give my customer some choices. :D

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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby Wally Schneeberger » Mon, Sep 07 2009, 9:47AM

John J. Desmond wrote:Does anyone know where I can get crown molding that is just plain straight rather than the traditional curvy molding? I am going a kitchen that is along the Frank Lloyd Wright design. Everything is either straight or angled. There are no curves at all in the house. So, anyone ever use this type or know where I can get some, or anyone with a molder willing to make some in the near future?

John

I use the shaker crown that is in the program under Conestaga.
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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby John J. Desmond » Mon, Sep 07 2009, 10:25AM

Wally,

Thanks. Duh, I didn't even think of that. This should be available for purchase on their website, correct? I can't get it through ecabs, right?

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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby George Davidson » Mon, Sep 07 2009, 10:44AM

Frank Lloyd Wright
Molding are in a Zip
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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby Wally Schneeberger » Mon, Sep 07 2009, 12:41PM

John J. Desmond wrote:Wally,

Thanks. Duh, I didn't even think of that. This should be available for purchase on their website, correct? I can't get it through ecabs, right?

John

I wouldn't know where you could get as I'm in Canada and I just get it at my local mldg. supplier.
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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

Postby Jean G Voyer » Mon, Sep 07 2009, 1:23PM

John,
You can make the Conestoga moulding with your planer. You need to make a jig that run you piece of wood on an angle, any angle you want.
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Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

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