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Cove molding angles

Dont know how to cut angles right

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Most stairs are around the 42 degree. One good way to find the angle is hold a scrap piece of baseboard against the stair stringer and trace a line on the board, then take it to your chop saw and adjust the table until you get the blade lined up with the mark. Either mark the back or hold another piece of wood along the length of the stringer and then mark the front of the baseboard. Another way is to find the total rise and total run, divide the rise by the run and get the cotangent of that number from a scientific calculator.

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Hello. It may be simple, but the transfer part catches everyone - yes even me at first. For your application, the trick is to:

  1. pull the slide as far as it will go and match the round-to-round end and match into the angle to be cut/trimmed-out.
  2. transfer the angle to a protractor, and match the angle (now a number) to the scale for "blade angle" on your saw.
  3. should your saw's scale be suspected as inaccurate, match the angle visually with the blade to the item's work surface.
Good luck, and if this helped please vote a four thumbs-up.
Thank you.


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Do you know where i can source a manual for a Ryobi 1800w 254mm Compound Sliding Mitre Saw model EMS 1825 SCL


normally they do
they cut at angles across the material
there is also a adjustment at the back of the slide that allows the head to be tilted
there is an angle gauge there and a pointer to give you the tilt angle
by adjusting that and the across the bed angle , you can cut compound angles
set the angle and then test cut as the angle may not always be exact ( setting it on 10 degrees on the scale may be 10 1/2
degrees in reality so testing gets it dead right)
adjust as necessary

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How to cut wood trim corner angles ?


It's generally easiest not to figure them at all - prop them in their intended position (although usually upside-down) to make the cut. Doing that eliminates any need for a compound miter saw. That assumes you're talking about crown molding. If you just want the angles for flat moldings, then remember that a square corner equals 90 degrees. Split that corner in half to make a miter joint, and you'll want 45 degrees. If you're making a half-round corner with three pieces, split the 90 degrees by three (the number of pieces) and you get 30 degrees each.

It does get a little more complicated if you're meeting one thickness molding with a completely different thickness molding - then sometimes the easiest thing to do is not miter at all, but make a "coped joint".

Jul 12, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Need to know how to use this tool Stanley 5-1/2in sliding t-bevel, I am cutting trim molding around the top of my bathroom and i know this will give me the angle but do not know how to transfer the angle...


Hello. It may be simple, but the transfer part catches everyone - yes even me at first. For your application, the trick is to:
  1. pull the slide as far as it will go and match the round-to-round end and match into the angle to be cut/trimmed-out.
  2. transfer the angle to a protractor, and match the angle (now a number) to the scale for "blade angle" on your saw.
  3. should your saw's scale be suspected as inaccurate, match the angle visually with the blade to the item's work surface.
Good luck, and if this helped please vote a four thumbs-up.
Thank you.


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I have to install the crown molding around a wall that has an octagonal shape so some of the corner are larger than 90 degrees


Michael, I understand the angles, but you haven't asked a question. But I'll guess and continue... Cutting the angles you need will not be any problem, since they will be about halfway between a 45 degree cut and a straight (that's zero or 90 degrees depending on how you look at it). But the other consideration is that inside corner cuts on trim are done much better if you cope them (this still involves using a miter saw.) Guessing a bit further, you might not know how to do that. Just Google - how to cope trim. There are lots of article and videos on this. Good luck, Al K

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How to cut the corners on coving


If your referring to crown molding at the top of the ceiling, , one way is just to cut them at a 45deg, but you need a chop saw
that has a back plate 6inches high, the molding must rest against the bottom plate and the back plate at 45 deg, then you turn the saw at 45deg and cut, take a piece and do some test cutting so you know which way for inside and outside corners.

The other way is to coping them, you cut them the same, and take a pencil and color the very edge and cut out the back at 45deg by hand,
this is hard to do.


I posted a video that you make hubby watch.


http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-install-crown-moulding-262453/

Feb 10, 2010 | Hand Tools

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How to cut compound miter on a flat surface, where can I find the chart.


It's a combination of an angled mark on the board and the bevel on the saw set to the proper angle. What are you trying to cut?

Jan 28, 2010 | Delta Saws

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Can the dewalt 705 cut a 45 for a corner on crown molding? It'll cut a 45, just not the 45 cross ways for the moldings to come together at the corner. Any thoughts if we are lacking tools?


it seems that you are not "bedding" the molding up properly in the saw.

imagine the saw being the ceiling and the fence being the wall.

Hold the molding in the saw the way it would be installed, with the base being the ceiling and the fence being the wall

Swing the saw to a 45 degree angle and make the cut.

If you need more help, contact me at builtbybob1@bellsouth.net

Nov 22, 2009 | Electrical Supplies

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Need a copy of page on setting up the Craftman miter saw model 113235120. There is one page in there with the set up to cut compound miters.


Make all cuts with molding flat on the table and bevel at 33.8 for ALL cuts ...to cut left inside corner, set miter at 31.6 degrees right. top of molding against the fence left side is finished piece... right inside corner set miter at 31.6 left with bottom of molding against the fence.left side is finished piece...left outside corner same setting, bottom of molding against fence right side is finished piece...right outside corner set miter at 31.6 right with top of molding against fence. right side is finished piece. hope this helps

Sep 01, 2009 | Craftsman Saws

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What do i do to cut inside/outside corners for crown molding


It is very hard to make proper cuts with one of these.

You may want to buy a power miter saw.

You would be better off marking your 45 degree angle and cutting it freehand.

If you angle your saw a little the face will look like it matches up better.

If you need more help post a comment.

Tim

May 03, 2009 | Stanley Tools/Goldblatt Tool No.20 - 600...

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How to fit coving on an unsquare room


Hi,
You could cut A Fine Slice Of Coving, to the Missing Shape ( wedged Et,c )
Slide it in With A little Coving Adhesive, wipe the surpluss Adhesive, And you,ll never notice once it,s Painted.
Or you can fill it with polyfiller or Similar, and ripple it to look like the Covings finish.

Mike @ Compurepair.

20 Years in the Building Trade :)

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