Field Installation and Service Manual IMS108 - Page 3
Square End Cuts
Use a Square End Cut at a fl at 90 degree point
such as where the molding will stop at a wall or
Always trim a 90 degree cut to the end of the
molding piece before measuring the cut length.
The factory cuts are usually not square enough
for crown or trim work.
Make splice cuts with the molding fl at against the
fence and with the saw angled at 22 1/2 degrees.
This will allow for the smallest cut where one can still
lap its counterpart.
Place the splice along a natural break in the cabine-
try lines that is not within 18” of an end.
When possible, plan the direction of the overlap
so that it angles away from high traffi c areas of the
Inside and Outside Corner Cuts
Most crown cuts will be inside or outside corner cuts. These cuts are the most critical because they require accurate
measurement and marking, and also depend on accurate placement in the saw between the fence and table.
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Section 1: IMS 108