Jig for Cutting Perfect Crown Molding

Jig for Cutting Perfect Crown Molding

Jig for Cutting Perfect Crown Molding

Cutting perfect crown molding can definitely be a little tricky, as the various angles and compound cuts can be quite confusing. I made a simple jig to make it easier and safer and in this video I’m will go over how to create your own. Also, make sure to watch the video for a better perspective on the process!

Step 1: Angles

What’s really confusing about crown molding is the fact that it sits half way between the ceiling and the wall, so in order to have it line up in the corners you need to make angled cuts. When you’re working with crown molding you’re primarily working with inside and outside corners.

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