Miterless corners for Crown Molding

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Old 02-09-06, 05:24 PM
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Miterless corners for Crown Molding

Any one know of any good place to get inside/outside miterless corners? Especially looking for the shadowless type. Lowes and HomeDepot have seveal types of ornate corners, but I am looking for something plain.
 
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Old 02-15-06, 02:45 AM
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Sorry for the late response. You could use plain stock lumber, cutting it at a desired bottom finish and butt your crown to it. Just make sure the stock you use is large enough to allow the angle of the crown to fit completely inside its contours. Take the measurement of the overall height and out jutting of the crown and use this as a basis for your stock. I am assuming you have a cut off saw, since you are installing crown. Take the stock pieces and allow them to be a little longer than the height of the crown, and cut an angle off them, not to a point, but to allow a flat bottom with camfers on 2 sides. The sides that adjoin the wall should not be camfered. Hope this helps.
 
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