Well.... I don't get this at all.
To me, the trick to a good trim job is to use pieces as long as
possible, with as few cuts or joints as one can get. I am trying to
imagine manipulating a piece of crown 8 - 12' long (or longer if you
are lucky) against a band saw blade with the precision one needs to
cope an inside corner on a piece of molding.
Is the band saw described used on regular crown molding to ceiling
effects on projects like kitchens, livingrooms, etc.? Is this a
different kind of molding than I am envisioning? A different kind of
band saw or blade arrangement than one normally sees?
All I have ever used is a coping saw. I am guessing there is
something afoot here from those guys that are selling the crown
molding installation systems on T.V.
Inquiring minds, guys....