Home Improvements : How to Cut Crown Molding Angles



When cutting crown molding angles, it is important to get the orientation correct so that the 45-degree angles are angled in the right direction to either go on the inside of a corner or around the outside of a corner. Cut crown molding angles to wrap around a room with advice from a licensed remodeling contractor in this free video on home maintenance. Expert: Tim Gipson Contact: www.inhisstepsremodeling.com Bio: Tim Gipson is a home repair specialist and remodeling contractor in Franklin, Tenn. Filmmaker: Tim Brown

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22 Responses to Home Improvements : How to Cut Crown Molding Angles

  1. leegrampp says:

    Still dont? get it….

  2. cmikemr7 says:

    it’s a ease way to cut it but you might have some problems holding that molding at an angle while you cut it (especially if you have? wider molding).

  3. redpony21 says:

    Excellent! I have been laying my molding flat! ? This is exactly what I’ve been looking for – thank you for taking the time to film and post this tutorial video!

  4. unmorenito says:

    Cut it up side down, using your base as your celing and your fence as your wall. That makes a lot of sence. So you have to imagine your wall and ceiling on your saw but up side down. So when? your cutting 45 angle Right that is for a left inside corner.

  5. Viviana Hoy says:

    Awsome guide for 90 deg – But would you be able toassist me on how to cut inner angles greater than 90 deg; ? for intance 135 deg. that would make to halfs cuts of 67.5 deg but my saw can only do a cut fro 0 to 45 maximum. Ummm… Thanks in advance~!!

  6. authorspeaker says:

    Thank? for the help

  7. cobraspunk1992 says:

    Still dont get it I don anderstand what you say?

  8. icovada says:

    You just need to cut at 45° turning the wood upside down? (180-135=45). And yeah I know I’m one year late to answer!

  9. Bearwood Brown says:

    Thats the? part i wasnt getting I think , Ive been doing it upside down

  10. regiegija says:

    Not? helpful.

  11. aprilborn24 says:

    Thanks! Very helpful.?

  12. mike184ever1 says:

    Hey Ken, if people cut those short lengths with board on? right side of the blade do you think there will be some handless people around ,,,,,SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY…Always First

  13. canadianhaitian says:

    thanks very? helpful!

  14. jimaginator says:

    Besides the safety issues (like his chop saw isn’t even bolted down!), he says just “do the opposite for the inside” cut. Huh? Opposite how? Left and Right? Up and down? Switch angles? It’s really not very clear.?

  15. MegaSexygrandma says:

    The guy is an idiot! He? didn’t bother to explain the difference between rightside up or down on the molding. For safety reasons, don’t listen to this jerk.

  16. MegaSexygrandma says:

    The guy is an idiot! He? didn’t bother to explain the difference between right side up or down on the molding. For safety reasons, don’t listen to this jerk.

  17. Gojo96 says:

    Wow!? thanks!

  18. geeman1997 says:

    this guy is an asshole he? didnt even demonstrate smh

  19. Wm Powell says:

    I agree -? he didn’t show us what the hell he was doing!

  20. Uazdan5 says:

    its noe profesionaly!
    moulding need put flat on miter saw ?

  21. DESCARADOSify says:

    didnt show anything. boo!!!?

  22. trevorezell says:

    Thanks! very helpful.?

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