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There are 5 easy steps to frame using the frameco tools. Frame your own photographs, prints and artworks just like a professional.
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Getting started has never been easier. Start with a frame kit like our best selling kit #1
Our best selling mat cutter is the Mat Master 860B. You can cut all your own matboard without any overcuts.
Upgrade your Pushmaster with the Benchmaster #1 option. Insert V-Nails into the hardest of timbers such as oak and Jarrah.
If you do not have the framing tools and wish to just buy a ready made frame, use YourFramer online framing program to order a ready made kit.
I am an amateur photographer, what is the best mat cutter for me. Frameco has many models suitable for the hobbiest or the busy home framer.
How to Finish Picture Frames
Once you have cut and joined your frame, your artwork can be fitted into the frame. You have to seal the back of the frame against dust and then fit a hanger. There are a variety of handy tools and accessories available to make this process easy.
Pieces you should have are:
The PushMaster tool inserts both flexipoints and backing nails. It is essential that the frame side be firmly supported when inserting these backing points. The FrameCo "Frame Stop" is a portable, easy to use tool for this job. It provides firm support and is easily moved to any nailing position.
Similar to the PushMaster but this tool only inserts flexipoints and backing nails.
Recommended products to be used with the Flexi Framer
Using a good quality backing tape, seal around the edge of the frame covering the brads/flexipoints. This will provide a barrier against dust or other foreign particles lodging inside your picture.
Using the PushMaster tool insert a screw eye. Check the front of the frame for the top and insert the screw eye into the back approximately 1/3rd down from the top. Do the same on the other side and then attach wire or cord.
Turn it back over and admire your finished picture frame - and the artwork too!
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