How to cut crown molding the easy way!



Adding crown molding to a room after ceiling is complete.

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14 Responses to How to cut crown molding the easy way!

  1. Emerson David says:

    thank you paul for doing these videos they have? been a great help to me you get right to the point and give wonderful tips. you are one of the best if not the best TEACHERS on youtube please continue to make more videos thank you.

  2. Paul Ricalde says:

    Thank you? ezdavid34!

  3. Mark Brady says:

    I can’t see this vid. I can hear it, but the video is just a blank, green screen.?

  4. Paul Ricalde says:

    Hi toolsith,
    I am sorry that you cannot view this video. I checked it on my end and it works fine. If you go to my other channel,(toolmanpjr) and look for the same video,maybe it? will work for you.
    Thanks!

  5. ZINA0910 says:

    You are absolutely amazing:) Thank you for your videos. You have no idea how? difficult it was to do it before I’ve seen this video. Continue and good luck

  6. sed43 says:

    Thanks for the video, after watching several I finally get it. I was able? to knock out a whole room without any waste or do overs.

  7. Darren Griffith says:

    Very helpful, thanks
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  8. newkrew3535 says:

    Good stuff. I am finally ready to cut? now. Thanks for the simple help.

  9. Lynne Johnston says:

    I have been trying to cut crown with the new gagets and my corners have gaps, will try your technique? and see if it works. Thanks for this well done step by step video.

  10. Paul Ricalde says:

    Hi Lynne,
    This works well with smaller crown and if you only cut crown occasionally. If you plan on cutting? frequently, you may want to purchase crown stops for your saw. Crown stops.
    Thjanks!

  11. Ron Hawkins says:

    After about 10 wasted strips? and 10 indoor/outdoor trips, I find your video. NOW…..after watching your video, I’m almost done. I have to admit, I did learn some new words from my first attempt but the second attempt was a breeze. Thank you!!!

  12. Paul Ricalde says:

    Thanks Ron!
    You reminded me of the first time I tried to cut crown. I was in my early twenties, working as a helper for trim carpenters. They told me to cut all the base molding and they would cut the crown. Since no one could find the time to show me. I tried it on my own, started with an 8′ length and ended up with a scrap, Luckily I worked with another carpenter who showed me how simple it really is? and I have never forgotten it. 25 years later, he is still one of my best friends!

  13. D Winger says:

    LOL! I had exactly the same experience.? Get outside stare at the piece until blood is leaking down your forehead. Grab the saw, pause, pause, cut…damn, exactly the opposite. This video is awesome!

  14. Paul Ricalde says:

    Thanks D Winger! I really appreciate your comment. I guess we all have fun memories of our first experience in cutting crown. I? remember the 1st time I cut bar railing and I only had the exact amount for a job, it was made of mahogany wood! I must have stared at it for 10 to 15 minutes before I got enough nerve to make my first cut. Thank God ,it was the right cut!

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