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Deryck

05:50AM | 01/13/00
Member Since: 01/12/00
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Hello everyone, I hope you can help me. I'm a little new at this and I've been unable to figure this problem out. I'm unable to figure out the correct angle to cut the crown molding at the top of a vaulted ceiling. The ceiling angle is 155 degrees. The top goes parallel with the floor for about 3 feet before it goes back down at 155 degrees. Everyone time I do a cut the 2 peices of molding never line up correctly. The North and South wall both look like picture below, if it helps any. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Wick

05:25AM | 01/14/00
Hi Deryck, here's the info that you'll need to make your cuts, goto http://www.deltawoodworking.com/entry-4-projecthelp.html and click on "charts and graphs" then "cutting crown moulding...". Also be sure to click on the "Diagrams..." tab at the top of the chart. Personally I keep a printed copy on my workbench for easy reference. Good luck!
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