Slope Crown Molding


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Old 07-01-15, 05:58 PM
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Slope Crown Molding

Guys thanks in advance...

I can't seem to find an answer for this.

I have figured out the an inside corner that goes to a slope ceiling, but from that slope I have outside corner that goes into a nook. How do I make that cut.

So the slope of my ceiling is 105 degrees.
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Old 07-02-15, 05:13 AM
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That is a very interesting transition in and of itself, but to add crown to the equation sounds like fun. Looks like you would have to do the upside down and backwards AND add a bevel to the saw equal to your gable angle. The return would be same except reverse the bevel. I'd probably be lost without a double bevel miter saw. I have done some work that involved blocks to raise the stock at an angle when the bevel didn't work out. Buy some scrap wood and play around.

Here is a great link to help with the other more traditional angles top and bottom. Gary Katz Online
 
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Old 07-02-15, 07:31 PM
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You need a triangular transition piece that will move the bottom edge of each piece farther away from each other.

Explained at this site Handyone mentioned recently in another thread.

http://www.compoundmiter.com/cathedral_ceiling.html
 
 

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