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V-Nails

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V-Nails are very commonly used in the picture framing industry to join (and in conjunction with wood glue) permanently hold the mitred corners of a picture frame together. They have one edge that is sharp and one edge that is dull. They are commonly pushed into the corner joint (sharp edge first) by either manual tools, or by the use of an underpinner. They are made of hardened steel, and come in heights of 7mm, 10mm, 12mm, and 15mm. They can also be stacked one on top of each other when precisely aligned (may require use of an underpinner). They can come in hardwood and softwood varieties, but hardwood V-Nails work for both wood types.
V-Nail frame joining wedge 7mm hardwood. A 7mm deep V-Nail pin for frame mitre joins in soft and hard wood frames. V-Nails are sharp at one end and dull at the other. The sharp end can be easily pushed into the corners of the picture frame.
£2.07
V-Nail frame joining wedge 10mm hardwood. A 10mm deep V-Nail pin for frame mitre joins in soft and hard wood frames. V-Nails are sharp at one end and dull at the other. The sharp end can be easily pushed into the corners of the picture frame.
£2.06
V-Nail frame joining wedge 12mm hardwood. A 12mm deep V-Nail pin for frame mitre joins in soft and hard wood frames. V-Nails are sharp at one end and dull at the other. The sharp end can be easily pushed into the corners of the picture frame.
£2.46
V-Nail frame joining wedge 15mm hardwood. A 15mm deep V-Nail pin for frame mitre joins in soft and hard wood frames. V-Nails are sharp at one end and dull at the other. The sharp end can be easily pushed into the corners of the picture frame.
£2.57