Crown molding for angled front cabinet

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Greg Nagy
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Crown molding for angled front cabinet

Postby Greg Nagy » Mon, Mar 05 2012, 3:33PM

I can't put a crown molding properly on an angled front cabinet. The molding doesn't follow the angle, it goes straight. I mean angled cabinet, when the left or right end has an inset, and the top and deck follows this inset (angle part).
So what is the solution?

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Re: Crown molding for angled front cabinet

Postby Wally Schneeberger » Mon, Mar 05 2012, 6:26PM

Put it on your corner cabinet first in the Cabinet Editor.

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Kerry Fullington
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Re: Crown molding for angled front cabinet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Mar 05 2012, 8:36PM

For a cabinet like this


You will need to go to the Moldings Tab in the Item Window and create the correct length molding with the proper cuts on each end and place it manually. Don't forget to associate the molding to the cabinet before you save the cabinet or the molding won't be saved

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