• Welcome to the largest and friendlest resource for picture framers! Please LOG IN or REGISTER a free account.
    Once logged in, you will be able to SEARCH our archives.
    If you can't remember your password, CLICK HERE to reset it. Trouble? Click the CONTACT US link.


  1. Markus Hueber

    Offer Expired Year-End Sale - all Hoffmann bench-top dovetail joining machines on sale until Dec. 31, 2021

    Hello Framers, For the first time ever we are running a year-end sale on all bench-top dovetail joining machines, from the X-18 all the way to the MU3-PD. Call or email Gary or Markus at Hoffmann with any questions or for help selecting the best model for your shop. GKaufmann@Hoffmann-USA.com...
  2. J

    WTB: Looking for a pneumatic joiner!

    Hi, Looking for a free standing pneumatic joiner. Have been using Pistorius machines for years. Looking to replace it ASAP! Thanks! Contact info: jfineman@marlinart.com
  3. J

    Computerized Automatic Molding Cutters & Underpinners

    Hello. For high production, high quality computerized, automatic frame cutting, what are options besides Fletcher TA-350? Also, for joining, are there other options for robotic, automatic frame underpinning besides the AF-500? We are looking for high quality, highly efficient framing. I...
  4. J

    Brevetti Underpinner **Also Glues Frame in Same Cycle**

    Hi All Hope you can help I'm looking at a new underpinner, and came across the Brevetti underpinner, that also glues at the same time as it pins. Has anyone had any experience of this type of "Brevetti AUT 2112" underpinner & Gluer , or similar device ...
  5. D

    For Sale: Pistorius Frame Joiner, Morso Guillotine (New Jersey/New York)

    Please see classified posting on Craigslist here: http://newjersey.craigslist.org/bfs/5511484660.html For sale are a couple of framing equipment in good condition. Made by Pistorius Manufacturing Co. Cash and carry, must be able to transport and load - sorry, no deliveries. These machines are...
  6. FramerKat

    Question How do you join frames?

    I'm just wondering because I've always made two v's with the long legs on the left and the short on the right, once they're done, I join the two of them together. I only ask because my business partner makes one v, then joins another leg to that, then the final leg...and it seems a bit wonky to...