TBH I didn’t do one nested cut of crown molding so far and I did over 10 000 cuts. Always compound cut and coping with jig saw.Thanks for the replies. It seems nested is the way to go. I thought with these expensive saws with the angle and bevel stops,that was better., Guess it shows.,,,you can teach an old dog new tricks.....If he's willing to learn,, Thanks again:thumbup:
???? Compound bevel and miter depend at crown spring. I thought anyone know it.I like nested with crown stops because if you lay flat you will have to cut a compound mitre and its hard to see your marks when the saw is jacked up like that
And the compound mitre isn't a 45 ,its like a 33 something that also makes it more difficult.