Kitchen cabinet molding – Casting is the trim work that fits into the top of the ceiling, around doors and windows and along the top edges of traditional style furniture. In kitchens eaves was crown molding used to hide the top edge of the cabinet, where it touched the soffit, and this use of the casting was associated with eaves. Today, crown molding is the most common type of top cabinet molding, and it used to embellish plain lines in the basic cabinet. With fewer kitchens have eaves that crown molding is no longer associated with eaves. In many homes, the cupboards in the kitchen does not have crown molding, then each additional trim costs developer money and makes the home more expensive. It is relatively easy to add crown moldings to the top of your cabinets with the right tools.
Make kitchen cabinet molding without soffit, measure the width of your cabinet. Cut a 1-by-2- inch board to this length. Apply construction adhesive to the bottom of the board at 2-inch side. Hold your crown molding against the chassis so that the top edge leaning away from the chassis. Note that part of the molding, which is flat on the chassis. Turn your miter saw to the left to the 45 -graders mark.
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Tip casting forward so that it is face down on the saw. Measure from the narrow trailing edge using your cabinet width measurement. Label the timber. Slide the kitchen cabinet molding to the left until you are on your brand. Bring your crown molding forward and tilt it in front of our eyes. Place your casting in the saw table face down. Push the cut edge to the left. Place long casting across the face of the cabinet along the top edge.