To use a miter cut chart such as the chart for cutting crown molding at DeWalt.com, first measure the angle of the corner between two walls. Find the angle on the chart in the first column on the left to see which miter ... More »

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Compound-Miter.com and EliteTrimWorks.com provide charts for compound miter saw cuts. To find the correct chart, review the ones on each website for the corner angle that matches your project. More »

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To cut a 90-degree angle on crown molding using a compound miter saw, simply hold the molding on the saw bed upside down. Cut at the same angle as the shape of the wall's corner. More »

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To cut a 90-degree inside corner in crown molding, use a coping or miter saw to cut one piece at a 90-degree angle and another at a 45-degree angle with the lower edge longer than the upper. Cutting the upper edge longer... More »

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To cut a 90-degree angle on crown molding using a compound miter saw, simply hold the molding on the saw bed upside down. Cut at the same angle as the shape of the wall's corner. More »

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To miter crown molding, set the miter and bevel angle of a compound miter saw as required. Cut the left inside and right outside corners and right inside and left outside corners of the molding by positioning it appropri... More »

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To cut crown molding corners, first put the molding upside down in a miter box, making sure it is braced on the back and side of the box, and then cut the molding at a 45-degree angle with a hand saw. This method works f... More »

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