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Re: The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

I bought one of the older models several years ago and still carry it in my tool box. But not for the reason you might think. I refuse to throw it away because it cost so darn much money.
Not only is having to enter the crown molding angle for each cut is a pain trying, but how accurately can you set a 37.8 degree miter and 56.3 degree bevel ?

If you don't cut your crown 'on the flat', a simple angle divisor works much faster and almost fool proof. And you'll never need batteries.