Face Frame Scribe | Razor Gage | Face Frame Assembly
With the Face Frame Scribe for AutoList, you can manually scribe face frame layout location lines. This enhances your cabinetmaking process and helps you know where to join parts after you’re done cutting them. Whether you currently own a RazorGage ST or you are buying a new one, it’s easy to add the Face Frame Scribe package to help improve your operations immediately. It can also be added to the PC-based RazorGage ST predecessor, the original PC-based RazorGage AT system.
The Face Frame Scribe serves a simple purpose for the thousands of shops that use the PC-based RazorGage ST or the older RazorGage AT model. This face frame tool makes face frame assembly faster and more accurate. It also enables assemblers of all skill levels to contribute to the production process with a high degree of accuracy.
Discover how the RazorGage face frame tool can streamline your cabinetmaking operation.
SpecsUsing the RazorGage Face Frame Scribe Tool
Using this tool to scribe face frame layouts couldn’t be simpler. Just follow this process, and you’ll be able to easily mark cabinet face frame parts for joining.
1.Trim the end of your material
2.Measure the length to the next defect
3.Enter that length and the software creates a list of parts that will make optimal use of that length & move the positioner to the first length on the list.
4.After you cut the part, the positioner will move to the first scribe location.
5.Pull the Face Frame Scribe across your part to mark the one side of the joint location.
6.The positioner will then move the part to the next scribe location.
7.Again, you pull the Face Frame Scribe across your part to mark the other side of the joint location.
8.After using the tool to scribe face frame layout locations on that part, repeat the process for the next part.