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Old 06-15-2012, 11:58 AM  
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thomask: I read that book too. Good luck finding 0.6 degrees. If you do want to cut a large crown on the flat, start with a smaller molding that fits on the saw and cut sample angles and use them to set your saw at the two angles you need. Then you would also need varrity like 44, 45, 46 and rights and lefts just for the 90 degree corners.
P.S. Saw your photos, looks great.
Hey nealtw,

Sorry but I forgot to mention my saw has those stops marked. It must have had a guy with little skill in mind when it was designed... LOL

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It is a black art, I love when I get people telling me how they are going to put crown molding up in there home like its the simplest thing to do, I usually shoot them down when I start explaining how it's all working upside down and reversed angles.

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