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In this video, Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to cope an inside corner when installing baseboard trim using ...
a miter saw and coping saw.
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How to Cope Inside Corner Using Coping Saw
Hi! I’m Mark Donovan from HomeEditionPlus.com and today, we’re going to show you how to cope piece of baseboard trim to make a perfect inside 90-degree corner. With a perfectly square set of walls, you should be able to make two 45-degree cuts to form a perfect 90-degree angle. However, in the real world, most corners aren’t perfectly 90 degrees. In a way or a method to at least appear if the corners are perfectly square, we can basically nail one piece of molding with a nice square flatted edge to one wall and all we do is we cope the edge of the second piece of our baseboard trim. Essentially you can form a perfectly square 90-degree angle.
So, the first step in coping an end of a piece of baseboard trim is to set this at 45-degree angle. So, we create an open-face 45-degree angle cut with a piece baseboard trim. Now that I've done that, I'm going to use what we call a coping saw here to cut along this line on a 45-degree angle to create the cope cut. So now that I made my 45-degree open-face cut, I'm taking my coping saw and cutting along the edge of the prime line and the cut surface, cutting it at 45-degree back angle. I'm just going to follow the length of the baseboard trim and get along the paint line.
Now, just touch up the edge with a little sandpaper. So now, we can lock the two pieces of baseboard trim up together. And as you can see, we have a nice square 90-degrees seam using this coping method of cutting baseboard trim. So, that’s all there is to make a perfect 90-degree inside the corner.
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