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How to Cope Joints

The secret for a glove-tight fit for trim corners is a coped joint. With this technique you can even make complex crown moldings fit without leaving gaps. Because inside corners are rarely square, simply butting two mitered pieces into the corner almost always looks lousy. The only foolproof method ...
Patricia Parlee
Patricia Parlee • 2 years ago

How to Cope Joints. Professional techniques for perfect molding and trim joints.

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Coped joints for baseboard look great, but can be time-consuming. Instead of using a coping saw, learn to cope baseboard with a miter saw. It's faster and works great for common baseboard profiles.

How to Cope Joints Professional techniques for perfect molding and trim joints

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