Talk:Frame and panel

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Going to revise the section on Frame - as current worded it confuses the construction method (mortise & tenon, etc) with the profiling method, which are seperate things. So will try to describe construction first, then profiling. Will also remove the line about cutting the profile with a router after assembly, since that's not possible (the panel would be in the way of the router bit).

Will also move the process of assembly paragraph to a seperate section.

Also considering changing the British "mitre" to the US "miter", which is probably the more common spelling for an angled joint now-a-days. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.180.123.64 (talk) 00:26, 21 May 2014 (UTC)