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Old 06-17-2013, 10:29 PM
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Default ez crown molding...

I just watched the video...
very ez?

http://youtu.be/Tsap7m3RU7U
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:17 PM
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Thanks for the link. A guy at work didn't know what these jigs were. I looked them over and said they were for crown and said when I get a chance I'll try to sell them for on the WW forums for him. After seeing it in action I may be buying them (video is worth two million words).

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Old 06-17-2013, 11:58 PM
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I just watched the video...
very ez?

http://youtu.be/Tsap7m3RU7U
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I believe the inventer has been a member here since 11-20-2011.
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Old 06-18-2013, 12:45 AM
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I believe the inventer has been a member here since 11-20-2011.
I saw the name.
Hey...ez is ez.

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Hey...ez is ez.

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Hey Cutncrown,
Will your jig work with circ saw on EZ system? It looks like it would be too tall. My house is being built now and I'd love to use your jig to help install it when I move in (couldn't afford to have builder install it). I'm spending my lunch money on EZ and not looking to buy compound mitre saw. I remember Dino talking about cutting molding laying flat. I'd love it if both ideas worked together. I'd just have to remember EZ, and 1,2,3. If it would work please post a video showing it here and/or your YouTube page showing novices like me how to do it.
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Hey Cutncrown,
Will your jig work with circ saw on EZ system? It looks like it would be too tall. My house is being built now and I'd love to use your jig to help install it when I move in (couldn't afford to have builder install it). I'm spending my lunch money on EZ and not looking to buy compound mitre saw. I remember Dino talking about cutting molding laying flat. I'd love it if both ideas worked together. I'd just have to remember EZ, and 1,2,3. If it would work please post a video showing it here and/or your YouTube page showing novices like me how to do it.
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He would need to know the width of the molding and the spring angle. He would also need to know the depth of cut of the saw you are using with the EZ.


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Old 06-18-2013, 07:54 PM
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He would need to know the width of the molding and the spring angle. He would also need to know the depth of cut of the saw you are using with the EZ.


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I was hoping one would be the same as another, just as any width molding and any mitre saw work with his jig. I hoped it was the process, not the product. Maybe I'll stick with no crown until I learn more skills.
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Old 06-18-2013, 08:03 PM
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I was hoping one would be the same as another, just as any width molding and any mitre saw work with his jig. I hoped it was the process, not the product. Maybe I'll stick with no crown until I learn more skills.
The easiest way is to use the corners. Lowes and some of the other big box stores carry corners to match some of the crown molding. All you do is nail the corners in place and then do a square cut on the end of the crown - no angle cutting to worry about.


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