Bright Red 1/2 Inch (12.7mm) T-Molding
- Calculated at Checkout
Bright Red Half Inch T-Molding is sold in feet.
This T-Molding requires a 1/16" slot cutter.
How To Order:
Simply enter the number of feet you require.
For example: To order 20ft, simply enter quantity of 20.
T-Molding will always be cut and supplied in one continuous length, up to a maximum length of 250Ft (76 Metres). Any order over 250ft (76 metres) will be supplied in multiple rolls.
For example: 300ft would be supplied as 1 x 250ft roll & 1 x 50ft roll.
If you usually work in metres, please enter the amount you require below to convert this into feet.
*Please note: T-Molding can NOT be ordered in fractions.
E.g. 5m = 16.404ft - This would need to be rounded up to the nearest whole number.
What is T-Molding?
T-Molding is the plastic trim or edging that can be used to give a nice finish to a wide variety of products, including furniture, boats, arcade machines, slot machines, tables in VW camper vans and more. T-Molding is also commonly referred to as “plastic edging” “t trim” “plastic trim” or “t lining”
Is this T-Molding plastic and flexible?
Yes, this T-Molding is plastic and is very flexible. It can bend very easily to go round corners or edges of furniture or arcade machines.
Do you stock different colours and sizes?
Yes - We stock T-Molding in a wide variety of colours and sizes.
How do I install T-Molding?
To install T-Molding, you will need a slot cutter. Once you have cut the slot in your wood, you should be able to knock the T-Molding in with a soft faced hammer or rubber mallet. It is always advisable to practice cutting the correct slot size on an off cut of wood before you start your project to ensure a tight fit. If the slot has been cut at the correct depth, the T-Molding should be a nice tight fit, however a small bead of glue can also be used in the slot to ensure a more permanent fix.
Excellent product easy to work with and installation was straight forward brilliant service and quick delivery
Nice bright colour and very hardy. I didn't have the correct router bit to cut the slot so used a Dremel with a side cutter. Even with my unsteady hand, I managed to get this to fit perfectly. Made my "bartop" arcade machine look really professional.