Crown Moulding on curved wall ?

Is there a way of installing (wood) crown moulding on curved walls?
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Yes, but it involves boat building techniques. Basically lots of thin bendable pieces installed in layers to build up the finished shape you need. I am assuming a pretty sharp curve of course. You can glue and nail or staple the layers to the wall and each other as you go.
Is there a way of installing (wood) crown moulding on curved walls?
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http://www.ultraflexmoulding.com /

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How tight is the radius?
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Hit Google "Flexible Mouldings" and surf a little

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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 13:39:55 GMT, Tee Blue
There are some flexible (rubberized) moulding you can purchase. They are somewhat expensive, but a lot faster to install than trying to bend wood. Another option is using drywall mud with a wooden-profile trowel.
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Thanks to all of you who replied.
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