How to cut the perfect
How to cut the perfect mitre joint!
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Can the same be done with crown molding?
Very nice. I've used this technique using ca glue with accelerator. The tricky part is when you have close inside then outside corners to do all at once.
THANK YOU!!!!! Great tip.
Can u do an attic video? I need some ideas for that wasted space
Learn how to quickly cut a
Learn how to quickly cut a 45 degree angle cut with a circular saw on a quarter round or molding.
Question. How did you determine what the correct angle was?
Should have finished it of with a 45 degree on the opposite end ur even 22.5
No me a yegado
The easy part is cutting it - but that's what the whole video is. The hard part is figuring out HOW to do the measuring... and you left that part out :(
Old school saw
I will show you a hack to
I will show you a hack to get perfect inside miter joint / cut for baseboards, skirting boards and crown molding. This is the easiest way to get fast and easy perfect joints without any gaps. The inside corner of the wall is very rarely exactly 90 degrees and as a result your joints will not line up properly. Through using a flap disk on a grinder we can quickly use a coping technique to get perfect miters every time. LIKE COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE for more videos. #DIY #howto #billshowto
brilliant idea. Thanks.
Can you do this to mdf ?
Filming tip for you... Once your camera is set in place, take it out of auto-focus and into manual focus.
Love your work billy????
This is not new. It's not a hack. It's the way inside miters are supposed to be done and have been done for hundreds, Yes, hundreds of years. You say that using a coping saw is too time consuming, but I timed your section of the video and it took you about 55 seconds to shape the end with the flap disc. Coping this with a good sharp coping saw would have taken much less time, especially if you practice.