If you've never done it before, cutting crown molding is confusing — it's hard to visualize the angles. This Wood Magazine video walks you through the simple process of cutting crown standing up on the chopsaw. July 12, 2007
Title: Cutting Crown Molding the Simple Way (HQ)
You don't need a slide rule, an eagle eye, or a compound mitersaw to make dead-on cuts in crown molding. Using this intuitive technique, anyone can cut crown molding easily and accurately.
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