Studio Tools: Glazier Points

by Matthew Innis |

A simple, inexpensive, and clean way of securing a painting panel into a wooden frame is to use glazier points, which are available at nearly every hardware store. Glazier points come in several shapes, but those best suited for this use are small pieces of sheet metal, pointed at one end, with two flanges bent…

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