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· KemoSabe
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Been cutting upside down and backwards since 10 years before I ever saw a compound miter saw. Flat cut it only if its to big to bed it against the fence.:thumbsup:
 

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Flat... I don't see how this isn't faster and easier once you know your angles. First time i ever cut crown I did it upside-down and angled to the fence, I might have been doing it incorrectly but i found it hard to get my angles perfect.
 

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Nested upside down. It is much faster. The only reason to do it flat is if your crown is to big to nest.
 
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