Has anyone tried the machine that cuts copes on moldings similar to that of a key cutting machine. You have to manually cut the first piece but then you can have an apprentice carpenter cut copes on each end of a pile of moldings with the tool. Seems too good to be true. It’s an expensive machine but we cut a lot of big crown molding and most of the labor is spent coping the joints.
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