Crown molding

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Old 12-31-01, 11:28 AM
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Crown molding

I am putting up crown molding (not replacing, so there are no old pieces to use as templates.) We got 2 inside corners up just fine (using a true miter cut, not coping), but then got side tracked by the holidays. Now I have one half of an inside corner up, and have to fit another piece into the angle this one piece forms. (Am I making sense here?) I have a compound miter saw, and a protracter, but can not figure out how to measure the existing angle, so I can figure out the complementary angle.<br>Can any one advise me which angles to measure and how to set up the saw?
 
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Old 12-31-01, 12:45 PM
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Coping works better for this very reason. Plus the seam will not seperate as much as mitered combination. A coped piece can be butted tightly. Also a coped piece doesn't have to be cut to a perfect length on each end. As you have already started, then you might take a 1 foot scrap and try a few cuts until you find the angle that fits and then make the cut in the piece you will use.
 
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