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How to make crown molding with a 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!

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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.

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