Re: Making tight laminate quarter round molding cuts
The key to good cuts are:
1 - An accurate saw
2 - A sharp blade
3 - Proper trim orientation against the saw fence.
After that, the easiest way to go about it is to custom fit each corner. Sure, theoretically the corners are precisely 90*, which means your companion angles would be equal divisions of that. The thing is, you will never find a corner of any kind that is a perfect angle, therefore custom cutting each angle is going to be necessary.
Using scrap pieces, (it doesn't even have to be the actual trim ), cut your corner blocks and test fit, then adjust the saw slightly until you've got a perfect fit. Once you've got a perfect fit you cut the actual trim pieces. Sure, this is a pain in the patootie, but you will be assured good fitting joints.
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