My favorite place to get a custom-cut frame, mat, mounting board, and plexi-glass is American Frame. I've mentioned this company in previous posts and talked about how pleased I am with their selection and service. A box from American Frame contains everything you need, including framing hardware, all well packed. One thing that mystifies me to no end are the spring clips to secure the piece in the frame. I know what you're supposed to do with them, but they need to be screwed into......something. Okay, I just don't like them. So Mark has been helping me with this step by installing those little glazier points into the frame with a screwdriver. This isn't easy, especially with a hardwood frame.
To make this step easier, I'd been researching point drivers and finally purchased one. The model I bought is the Logan Dual Drive Elite Point Driver.
|Professional quality, no?|
So there is my rave review of the Logan Dual Drive Elite Point Driver. All in all, it's inexpensive, easy to use, and makes me feel like a pretty good (if amateur) framer.