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  • Compound mites- the math

    Am very happy with my Ridgid Power Miter saw and have used it many times
    for crown moldings. I have used the printed instructions on the saw to
    cut normal miters for crown moldings - but what I need is more
    instructions to cut more difficult compound cuts for crown moldings -
    any suggestions as to the math involved - Thx - Paul Miller

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    www.dewalt.com/us/articles/article.asp?Site=woodworking&ID=2
    Lorax
    "Did you put the yellow key in the switch?" TOD 01/09/06

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    • #3
      After working crown for years without a compound saw, I now find it easier to forget about the compound ability of my newer saw. I put a rail on the table to stop the crown at the proper location/angle and work it all upside down. For me, it's quicker and easier.

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        I found this website very useful; hpoe it helps you out.

        http://www.installcrown.com/

        Some the links will redirect you to his archieves.

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        • #5
          Try this web site http://www.compoundmiter.com/index.html . I beleive the book is also available at HD or Lowes.

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