The MAX frame is of a unique construction Framatic calls seamless. First, a panel of 1/4 thick MDF (a composite wood board) has the center cut out to create the face of the frame. Since the frame has not been made from cut and joined lengths of molding, there are no joints at the corners. Next, a second wooden frame is attached to the back of the MDF to create the space for the glass, matting, etc, and their easy-to-use pivot clip back. The frame is then flawlessly finished with lacquer in a black or white finish and is also available unfinished. The result is an unelaborated frame of elegant simplicity, which, like all Framatic frames, is designed to dramatize but not compete with the artwork installed in it. The MAX frame is identical to a Icon except for the addition of a bevel-shaped molding around the opening of the frame. The frames are designed to hang from holes in the clips found on the back (the clips are permanently riveted to the 1/8 hardboard that forms the back). In addition, the 5 x 7 and the 8 x 10 frames include Framatics unique easel leg system for secure support on a tabletop. Mats are sold separately and are not installed by Framatic for the MAX frames.