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Flat Or Nested? Coped Or Mitered?

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    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Kinda sounds like a hack guide to crown molding

    #611479
    keko
    Pro

    nested and coped still using a coping saw.

    #611481
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    I just read this article on crown molding and it has some very good tips that should be known if you are planing this kind of project.
    http://www.proconstructionguide.com/10-pro-tested-tips-for-flawless-crown-molding-installations/?utm_source=02.21.17+PCG+NL&utm_campaign=02.21.17+PCG+NL&utm_medium=email

    Nice read. Thanks for the refresher.

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #611482
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Kinda sounds like a hack guide to crown molding

    Well most aren’t at your level,,,lol.

    I think they are a sponsor here.

    #611605
    Clev08
    Pro

    They made it sound like it’s okay to leave crown with an open end, not in my house lol
    My boss’s miter saw has very short verticals supports so we cut it flat and cope with a coping saw and I use my utility knife for clean up and fit adjustments. I set up one saw for the 45 degree corners and one for 90 degree cuts. Once my 45 degree saw is dialed in I don’t touch the adjustments. I flip or spin my crown based on the specific cut I need.

    #611692
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    They made it sound like it’s okay to leave crown with an open end,

    I didn’t read it like that at all. Look at the pic there’s no open end. It says”Cover dead ends. But a more polished look involves capping that dead end with another, small piece of trim.”

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