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Milescraft Finish Carpentry Line Park Hills MO

The HV6900 is ideal for heavy-duty use in a cabinet shop or out in the field, weighing only 25 lbs and making it extremely portable and compact for many uses.

Holekamp Do it center
(573) 358-3371
317 N Division
Bonne Terre, MO
 
Farmington Building Supply Co.
(573) 756-5705
306 East Karsch Blvd.
Farmington, MO
 
Lowe's
(573) 701-8200
625 West Karsch Boulevard
Farmington, MO
Hours
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 9 am - 7 pm

Plummer's Hardware
(573) 756-6001
101 E Liberty
Farmington, MO
 
Boyer Do it Best Lumber
(573) 438-5461
208 West High Street
Potosi, MO
 
LOWE'S OF FARMINGTON, MO
573 701-8200
625 WEST KARSCH BOULEVARD FARMINGTON, MO, 63640
Farmington, MO
 
Maple Valley Ctr
(573) 760-1502
738 Market St
Farmington, MO
Store Hours
Hometown Dealers
Store Type
Hometown Dealers
Hours
Mon:9-18
Tue:9-18
Wed:9-18
Thu:9-18
Fri:9-18
Sat:9-18
Sun:11-16
Store Features
Mon:9-18
Tue:9-18
Wed:9-18
Thu:9-18
Fri:9-18
Sat:9-18
Sun:11-16

ABC Supply Co.,Inc/Farmington
573-431-7076
190 Busenbark Place Farmington, MO, 63640
Farmington, MO
 
Fastenal- Farmington
573-756-0368
424 N. Washington St Farmington, MO, 63640
Farmington, MO
 
Dickey Bub True Value
(573) 436-1177
708 High Street E
Potosi, MO
 

Milescraft Finish Carpentry Line

Tools News - Milescraft Finish Carpentry Line Now that the drywall has been hung, its time to finish the room with a finish carpentry accessory from Milescraft. Rout mortises in doors and jambs, cut crown molding the easy way, and install precisely cut casement trim for a perfect fit with these finish carpentry products. The line includes a drop-in template system for mortising for common door hardware in 1 3/8” and 1 3/4” doors and jambs, a crown molding cutting jig (Crown45), and a trim carpentry aid (Trim45). These useful accessories make finishing a room a relatively quick and enjoyable process.

More information is available here.

Door mortising jig

Crown45

Trim45

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