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Re: The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

Amazon.com just released a shorter 10" version of the Miter Master Plus.

http://www.amazon.com/T110-MITER-MASTER-PLUS-10/dp/B004IQAKSO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1296227804&sr=8-2

Re: The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

Amazon.com just released a shorter 10" version of the Miter Master Plus.

http://www.amazon.com/T110-MITER-MASTER-PLUS-10/dp/B004IQAKSO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1296227804&sr=8-2

Re: Stanley Works Acquires Black & Decker

When did TTI purchase Ridgid. As far as I know Ridgid is owned by Emerson Electric.
TTI manufactures and designs for them, and Emerson supplies the motors.

Re: The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

I purchased the Bosch protractor when it fist came out. Over time the calibration got off for what ever reason. I sent it back to Bosch for repair, it never has been accurate since I got it back.
Since then I ran up on a new protractor that has no batterys,buttons to push or ever needs to be calibrated.
Heck I can buy 5 of them for what the price of the Bosch.
Check out Miter Master Plus on Amazon.com. The tool really takes the brain work out of cutting crown molding.It will find the correct angle for 52/38 or 45/45 deg crown molding without any conversion charts for compound settings if you want to cut crown laying flat on the saw table.
MMP is designed for the pro and diyer. I have 2 of them, I cut the legs down on one for tight areas.
The tool really takes the frustration out of odd angles. Just read the deg settings and make the cut.