How to close the corners of the stone?

In decoration, “closing” is also known as “closing the edge”, and the professional term is “handling handover relationships”; It is achieved through the process of processing the edges, corners, and connecting parts of the decorative surface to compensate for the shortcomings of the decorative decoration and increase the decorative effect. Closing is the main part of detailed engineering in decoration projects, and whether it can be done well is related to the final effect of decoration. In decoration, the angle formed by the connection of cornerstones is concave, while the convex is convex. Today, let’s learn about 5 types of external corners and 3 types of internal corners.

What are the ways to close the corners? Take a look at the following 6 options.

01. Reverse 45 °

Craft features: The 45 ° splicing process is more traditional and widely used by the public, and is mostly used in modern and Chinese design. Easy to burst edges, usually filled with marble glue in the same color as the stone.

02. Haitang Jiao

Process characteristics: Based on grinding the inclined edges of two stones at a 45 ° angle, each “docking edge” needs to be chamfered at a “right angle”, so that when the two stone corners are docked, a “5 * 5mm process groove” is generally formed, commonly known as “Haitang Corner”. A way to prevent edge collapse.

03. Chamfer angle

Craft feature: Beveled angle is a stone processing technique that grinds one or several edges of a board into beveled edges.

04. French border

Craft features: mainly used for European style closing design, similar to the treatment method of window sills.

05. Side groove

Craft features: When two pieces of stone are handed over, one of them needs to be grooved, resulting in a simple and uneven decorative effect.

06. Large rounded corners

Craftsmanship features: When two stones are handed over, one of the stones needs to be “rounded off” by grinding the edges of the “corner end”. The design is often used in European and American styles.

The closure of the inner corner should ensure the standard of verticality, and the length and width of the two adhesive edges should be consistent. If it is a slanted corner, it is necessary to ensure that the slope of each product is consistent.

What are the ways to close the corners of the vagina?

01. Direct collision

Craft features: “Direct collision” is suitable for various types of stone, ceramic tiles, etc. with different profiles. It is a general design, minimalist design, and widely used closing form for projects with low design requirements.

02. Leave slots

Craft features: “Leave a groove” refers to the process of creating a “5 * 5mm craft seam” at the “docking corner end” of a certain stone or ceramic tile, suitable for spaces with certain artistic and aesthetic requirements for design.

03.45 ° oblique splicing

Craft features: Traditional, high usage rate among the general public. Vulnerable to certain construction techniques or other influences, certain gaps may appear and affect aesthetics. To make up for the shortcomings, glue can be applied based on “45 ° oblique splicing” to make the gaps more natural and fitting.

Common problems in closing mouth and deepening plans

Common problem 1: Leakage at the vaginal corner of the V-shaped suture

Deepening plan: The dotted line position is the projection line of the V-shaped seam. Take a groove from one of the stones, and the depth of the groove should not be less than the depth of the V-shaped joint

Common problem 2: Poor junctions and gaps between concave-convex stone and other flat materials

Deepening Plan 1: Concave and Convex Faces, Smooth and Straight Faces, Directly Closing the Mouth

Deepening Plan 2: End concave and convex surfaces in advance and flatten them

Common problem three: Stone has a 45-degree angle, increasing the chance of edge burst.

At the same time, due to inadequate color adjustment of the marble adhesive, a black seam will appear after edge grinding and chamfering

Deepening plan: The joint angle of the stone can be achieved by covering the side panel with a panel cover. At the same time, when the panel is cut 45 degrees, about 3mm should be left for edge grinding and chamfering, which can ensure that it looks like a whole sloping surface

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