Misaligned Crown molding

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Misaligned Crown molding

Postby Leo Graywacz » Wed, Apr 22 2015, 7:44AM

I have a cabinet that when you use the crown editor area won't put the corners of the crown together. The problem happens because I have face frame offsets for the side pc of plywood. This puts the plywood side in from the edge of the cabinet by 3/4". Then there is a panel that is applied on the plywood making it flush the the edge of the FF.

But the return pc of crown stays following the plywood. I can't get this crown to push out and look like it is wrapped around the panel. It is sunk inside it.

I can adjust the scribe of the front pc of crown to make that look correct, but not the return. That only has scribe functions for front and rear.

Am I forced to apply a pc of crown manually there? Or am I missing something?
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Re: Misaligned Crown molding

Postby Scott G Vaal » Wed, Apr 22 2015, 8:53AM

Leo,

Can you post the cabinet so I can see the exact situation.
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Re: Misaligned Crown molding

Postby Leo Graywacz » Wed, Apr 22 2015, 9:54AM

Hope this is it. It's so buried in the file structure of the computer
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Intel Core i7-6820HQ @ 2.70GHz 16.00 GB RAM
NVIDIA Quadro M3000M
256 GB PCIe NVMe - M.2 SSD
Win 7 Pro 64-bit

http://lrgwood.com

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Re: Misaligned Crown molding

Postby Scott G Vaal » Wed, Apr 22 2015, 11:01AM

Leo,

If you need it for looks, then yes, your best option is a display molding. If you did not need it for looks, it is the correct size already, just positioned over by the face frame scribe.
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Re: Misaligned Crown molding

Postby Leo Graywacz » Wed, Apr 22 2015, 11:04AM

Ya, it's just for the presentation. I was wondering why my upper rail on the panel looked so fat. I zoomed in and the crown was buried.
Dell Precision 7710
Intel Core i7-6820HQ @ 2.70GHz 16.00 GB RAM
NVIDIA Quadro M3000M
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Win 7 Pro 64-bit

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