I have heard it from so many people that it is just too easy to be true.
I have always brought out my compound angle tables for all angles to the ceiling/wall positioning and there fore set me saw and do all that.
But with todays already angled crown, if this does as you say, you have save me plenty of time.
Of course, this only works if you dedicate the wall ceiling angle as prescribed by the angles already milled into the crown molding bought off the shelve, correct????
The upside down part makes me scratch my head a bit. If its upside down on the cut, that means you have to rotate it for application to the ceiling/wall?? So, if I am cutting the peice for the right side of the inside angle, it really goes on the left side, correct????
Or have I more confused my self???
Take me through the measurement of the side and the cut and therfore where the wood actually goes.