How Do You Make a 45 Degree Cut on a 1 Inch Corner Molding?

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To make degreed cuts, you need to use a angle ruler. These rulers look like a half moon and have the angle degrees marked on them. Or you could use a circular saw. Those saws have the degrees marked on them and the saws can be set at any angle.
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1. Check your angle measurement using an adjustable protractor. Place each side of the protractor against opposite walls and note the angle of the space. 2. Set the crown molding
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Youll be making 22.5 inside corner cuts. Make test cuts first, the walls on which the cabs are mounted may not be at exact right angles, or the cabs may be mounted a little skewed
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Measure and mark the needed length of the molding (length of the wall, or length from the end of the previous molding to the corner) on the bottom edge of the crown molding. Mark
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I assume you want to cut a compound mitre and not just a flat cut. Here is a chart to help you figure out the angles: http://www.betterwoodworking.com/compoun…
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