Different styles and applications of stainless steel edging.There are many different designs, below is their usage.
U-shaped stainless steel lines (2 types) The U-shaped stainless steel lines on both sides are used for planes with no height difference on the left and right sides. You can buy finished products or make on-site measuring rulers; U-shaped stainless steel lines with inconsistent lengths on both sides are often used in the shape closing of the height difference on the left and right sides because of the height difference. Therefore, most of them need to be customized on-site.
2. Flat stainless steel lines Flat stainless steel lines are not used much, some are used for completely flat surfaces, and some are edging on both sides (the edging is often used for wood veneer surfaces).
3. T-shaped stainless steel wire There are many styles of T-shaped stainless steel lines. The thinner the line, the stronger the sense. In order to increase the stability of the paste, the embedded part of the T-shaped stainless steel line is usually designed with various barbs or zigzags, sizes and styles. T-shaped stainless steel lines are often used for: wooden doors, cabinet doors, background walls, waistlines and wall decorations.
4. Several types of stainless steel lines Several types of stainless steel lines are also commonly used: wooden doors, cabinet doors, background walls, waistlines and wall decorations.
5. L-shaped stainless steel line L-shaped stainless steel lines are often used in the corners of the external corners, and can be directly glued, but it is easy to fall off and not recommended. In addition to the above commonly used stainless steel lines, there are many other shapes and sizes, such as bevels and sharp corners, which can be customized.