Outside corner molding – Cutting crown outside corner molding are not exactly easy, even professionals think it is one of the more difficult tasks involving crown molding. A crown molding piece in general is on a wall at a 45 degree angle, and that is what makes cutting crown outside corner molding difficult. The reason for this is a difficulty due to the 45 degree slope makes it so that a simple 45-degree cut will not allow you to fit a crown outside corner molding, you need to make an indented cut in the profile of the crown outside corner molding together with 45 degree angle across the piece.
Make crown outside corner molding, Set-powered miter saw at a 45 degree angle horizontally using the protractor tool at the bottom of the miter saw. These miter saws can be purchased at almost any hardware store or online. Set-powered miter saw at a 45 degree angle vertically using the protractor tool at the rear of the saw.
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Cut the first piece of crown molding at an edge. The saw will create a cut which is 45 degrees over the entire surface of the wood and 45 degrees across the profile of the timber. Set-powered miter saw at a 45 degree angle horizontally on the opposite side using the protractor tool at the bottom of the miter saw cut the second piece of crown molding at an edge. The result will be the same as a result of step three, except that on the opposite side of the piece of crown outside corner molding.