Miter saw and miter box that has a protractor. There will be angles
like 89 and 91 degrees to contend with. For inside corners use a
coping saw. Cut your stock such that it is placed upside-down on the
miter table. Crown stops on the miter table, even home-made stops,
make it much easier. Compound angle cuts are a hassle, at least for
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