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Weekend Warrior

08:51AM | 11/10/05
Member Since: 11/29/02
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When trimming out a passthough or door, what is the best way to make sure your trip pieces are the proper length (Taking into account approx 1/8" reveal), giving nice clean 45 degree corners?

Do you just start at one side and work your way arounf the opening? This would leave a lot of room for error- if you do not put the 1st piece up square (then the 45's don't match)


Piffin

12:55PM | 11/20/05
Member Since: 11/06/02
1281 lifetime posts
Probably a half dozen ways to do this.

One of my guys will use a pencil to mark the reveal and measure to that.

I measure the inside of the jamb and add a quarter inch to the measurement taken. Then when the piece is cut, on th efirst one, I mark center on both the piece and the jamb.

Regardless of what method you use, if you screw up one piece, you will amplify that error over the others

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