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Old 08-16-2012, 06:29 AM   #1
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Another crown question


When cutting it on the flat, would you adjust the bevel to 45/ in order to cope? The material I will be cutting is rather large, and looking for an alternate method in case it cant be nested.

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Another crown question


31.5,31.9 usually on the flat will get your 45 degree at the bed, this depends though on the type of crown and how it was milled. pre cutting the 31.9 helps speed up the cope for sure...

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Another crown question


Oh, yeah...makes sense now. I keep applying the flat stock coping cut to crown. Thanks!
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