First, thanks for you all your help on my past questions. It has been
invaluable. For all my needs, first I check the Google archives, then come
here to ask all you guys.
I am thinking of installing oak/mahogany panelling in one of my rooms. The
classy, floor-to-celing stuff with the wainscot / trim /
know the term.)
I was looking at a friend's room that had it, and it got me thinking: when
a piece of the vertical molding meets a piece of horizontal in the center,
how is that miter accomplished? I didn't study it that closely, but it
looks almost as if you would have to have a knife cut to match the molding
and use that in a router. Or, is there some tool that allows you to cut a
miter in the middle of a piece of molding?
There is probably a really obvious solution that I am missing, please let