crown moldings

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Old 01-15-01, 11:43 PM
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Planning a project on putting crown moldings. How do I make inside and outside corner moldings using a compount miter saw? Thanks.
 
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Old 01-16-01, 05:28 PM
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Here's a great explanation. It's even better than I could do! (snicker)

http://www.wcinet.com/th/News/091398...res/122671.htm
 
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Old 01-18-01, 05:37 PM
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I never cut a miter on an inside corner, I cope them in with a coping saw. I start on the right at an outside corner if there is one and work left, cut the outside corner at 45* angle and the left end square run tight into the corner. now cut an inside 45* angle and cope the cut wod off so it will fit tight to the crown molding in place, you will have to trim and work with it a few time to get the feel but once you have it your instaltion will be much better and the corners will not open up later. The directions George gave you work fine and will help you if you cope or run inside miters...Good Luck
 
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