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.
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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