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Hi, I am Bob Schmidt with Home Remodel Workshop. As I showed you in my previous video about easy baseboard inside corner, how to cope an inside corner for a baseboard. I got lot of comments from my viewers saying that there is a faster way to do this that will help simplify the process for you, so I decided to make this revision video to go ahead and let's take a look on what you can do. Let’s get to work.
In my first video, I showed you how to go ahead, cut the profile on a piece of baseboard, then go ahead, and cut that corner. Now as you see it, this point you compacted this real long straight cut, there is a quicker and simpler way to make this long straight cut, I will show what it is.
After you have made the profile cut, the 45-degree cut exposing the profile of this board, go ahead and take your board put it in you miter box top side down, bottom side up. Line your saw blade up with this profile on this wood here. So that when you start to cut, it is going to create a back cut.
You will notice when I made that cut, with the saw running I dropped all the way down to that profile. I kept the saw running and brought it back all the way out clear on my wood. The problem is if you get down to that profile or you will let go of that trigger there is an automatic break on the minor saw which will have a tendency to make the saw bounce down. With the last thing you want to do is bounce down into that profile.
You cut it down to just where the profile begins. Then go ahead and rap the rest of this up with your coping saw. To wing it this way we will significantly reduce the amount of hand coping that you have to do, but still give that sharp edge that you are going to need to make it fit directly over top of your face board that is already in place.
I Bob Schmidt with Home Remodel workshop, hope you appreciated this tip and we will see you on the next one, thanks.