Question about Wmh Tool Group Jet 13" Planer Molder
What size board do I use to start with when making crown molding and what side is done first? The bevel on the back or the face? I have been searching the internet for hours for information on how to use a molder for making trim and all I can find is how to cut it and install it. Thanks for your help!
You may want to go to the Forum at OWW (Old WoodWorkers.com). What your attempting to do requires several Passes. I usually Rough out BOTH Face & Bevel, then make 2 more cuts each, to get to the Finished dimensions. I usually start with a Face Cut 1st, leaving some Flats for Square then do the Bevel Cuts to Desired dimension, then back to the Face, & take it down to where the Finished product is where I want it.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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