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Outside Corner Molding


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03-26-07, 08:28 PM   #1  
Outside Corner Molding

I am trimming out a box I made for a concrete wall in which to install wiring, switches and a receptacle. I'm going to cover the corners with outside corner molding but I got looking at it and realized that just cutting opposing 45 deg angles for a vertical/horizontal joint isn't going to work. How do you cut these? Cut the front section of each molding piece with opposing 45 deg angles and cut the inner section at 90?

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03-27-07, 01:39 PM   #2  
Cutting Outside Trim

I got it figured out. If you cut the ends at 45 deg, with the correct slant, they fit perfectly. Guess I was worried about nothing.

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