A board having its edges inserted in the groove of a surrounding frame; as, the panel of a door.
A slab or plank of wood upon which, instead of canvas, a picture is painted.
a flat rectangular piece of wood set in a frame. Panels were popular on the sides of desks, sideboards, and wardrobes, and as doors
In a building, (1) a portion of a surface flush with or recessed from, or sunk below the surrounding area, sometimes set off by distinct molding or other decorative measure. (2) a usually flat and rectangular piece of construction material made to form part of a surface.
The floating wood inserts between the stiles and rails of a stile and rail construction door. Panel, Flat: A single or multi-layered (laminated) panel made from plywood, hardboard or particleboard.
A portion of a flat surface recessed, or raised from the surrounding area, distinctly set off by molding or some other decorative device.
One unit consisting of rails ,stiles, and louvers
Conventional flat poster site; may or may not be illuminated.
A pipe with a bowl that has flat panels in the front, back, and sides.
A flat wood, metal or glass surface framed in either wood or metal.
A thin flat piece of wood, plywood, or similar [Go to source
REFERS TO THE GLASS UNIT WITHIN A FRAME WORK WHICH IS PART OF A SLIDING DOOR. THE PANEL MAY BE SLIDING OR IT MAY BE FIXED.
term for a page or slide in a DyKnow document.
A sheet of plywood, particleboard, or other similar product, usually of standard size, such as 4x8 feet.
sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat) section or component of something
decorate with panels; "panel the walls with wood"
a basic frame
a flat side of something that has another purpose in addition to being the side, such as tying the ends of a rope that was securing your murderous half brother to the side of the van
a group of PV modules packaged in a single frame
a prefabricated flat building section
a single, mostly flat surface on which there are one or more glyphs
traditionally wood or metal slab for painting onto. Modern materials include MDF, plywood and hardboard. Look for purpose made and chamfered panels if possible. Hardboard [masonite] panels are fine if not too big and if supported by battens that prevent warping.
A board contained within a framework of rails and stiles.
Decorative element of various shapes and material (marble, stone, bronze, wood) which has been sculpted, carved or painted with figures or scenes and used on doors, walls or cornices.
Wooden underground for a painting. A group of panels can be a diptych (two panels), triptych (three), polyptych (more than three).
One-way draw drapery that opens from one side. Commonly used for patio or sliding doors.
Usually a wood panel used as a support for acrylic or oil paintings. See also Masonite.
A board, typically rectangular in shape that is set in a frame. Usually refers to the panels within a door frame or cabinet.
Wood, glass, plastic, or other material set into a frame, such as in a door. Also, a large, flat, rectangular building material such as plywood, hardboard, or drywall.
A portion of a flat surface raised or recessed in relation to the surroundings and usually set off by a moulding, or some other decorative device. Found on Victorian doors in groups of four or six.
Panels are painting surfaces that are made of wood or masonite. A rigid support with a sized grounding to prevent absorbing of paint.
Paintings on wooden panel can warp in extremes of temperature and may actually split. Restorers can remove the top layer of wood that holds the paint and lay this onto another panel.
A recessed portion of a flat surface, often framed by molding. Panels may be placed in series to decorate doors and walls.
Usually refers to the separate panel or panels in a door frame.
Refers to either a piece of glass (glass panel) fit into an opening in a wood door, or to a wooden piece (wood panel) inserted into an opening in a wood door.
a frame of action on a comic book page. Also called "Frame," natch'. A typical balloon placement guide as provided by the writer (click to enlarge).
TYPE: Defines the paneIs in doors. (i.e.: flat, plank, raised on one or both sides, with insulcore or solid, etc..)
Material (wood, latilla, louvers, etc.) inserted into the frame formed by stiles, rails, and mulls of a door.
A leaf placed inside the stiles and rails held in by molding.
A piece of wood or glass placed into openings left in a wood door. Pre-Hung: A full unit with the door hinged and an assembled jamb, frame, sill and moulding.
A flat, usually rectangular piece forming a raised, recessed, or framed part of the surface in which it is set.
Normally a thin flat piece of wood or similar material, framed by rails and stiles as in a door, or fitted into grooves of a thicker material with molded edges for a decorative wall treatment.
A major component of a sliding glass door, consisting of a light of glass in a frame installed within the main (or outer) frame of the door. A panel may be sliding or fixed.
A wooden surface used for painting, usually in tempera and prepared beforehand with a layer of gesso. Recently panels of masonite or other composite material have come into use.
A flat, rectangular piece of material that forms part of a wall, door or cabinet. Typically made of wood, it is usually framed by a border and either raised or recessed.
Either the stationary or operator wood frame with glass used on Marvin door products.
In sliding glass doors, a panel is each section of the door, whether fixed or operating. The glass in the panel is a lite.
A designation for a number of PV modules assembled in a single mechanical frame.
A piece of wood typically almost as wide as it is long, usually referred to in frame-and-panel construction. The panels take up most of the space in a piece of furniture, forming the case of the container, or the surface of the walls.
1. A distinct, usually rectangular, section of the surface of a door, cabinet, wall, ceiling or roof. 2. A board containing instruments, controls, dials, and switches. 3. A group of people, usually three, forming an arbitration tribunal. 4. A large, thin board or sheet of lumber, plywood or other material. 5. A thin board with all its edges inserted in a groove of a surrounding frame of thick material. 6. A section of floor, wall, ceiling or roof, usually prefabricated and of large size, handled as a single unit in the operations of assembly and erection. 7. Form section consisting of sheathing and stiffeners that can be erected and stripped as a unit. 8. A recessed section on the broad face of a brick; see Frog.
A section or division of a wall, ceiling or a flat piece of building material that forms the part of the surface of a wall, door or cabinet.
A hard, base material upon which paint can be applied, often wood. The term is sometimes used interchangeably with board.
In house construction, a thin flat piece of wood, plywood, or similar material, framed by stiles and rails as in a door or fitted into grooves of thicker material with molded edges for decorative wall treatment.
Component, usually wood, mounted within stile and rail members of door. Also used to refer to entire door.
1. The electrical distribution box where the fuses, circuit breakers and terminals and to which the household wiring is connected. 2. Wood or wood veneer in thin flat section for covering walls or floors. 3. Any thin flat material used in construction.
flat piece of wood fitted into larger surface area.
Generally a board covering a large flat surface.
Traditionally a wooden support used for tempera and subsequently for oil painting, usually made from hardwoods such as oak, lime, poplar or beech. In the modern era, various manufactured boards have been employed such as hardboard (often known by the brand name Masonite), MDF and plywood. Metal supports, usually copper, have also been employed for panel painting.
Another word for a frame.
A wood surface within a surrounding frame. All panels have structural frames, the interstices of which are filled with sheets or fields called panels.