The molding is pre-finished Maple, 3/4 x 3" and sits flat on top of the cabinets overhanging the face frame by about 1 1/2". To do this on the chop saw he needs to stand the wood on edge and rip an angle of about 10deg with the money side up. Can this be securely held to make the cut?
My first thought is to clamp the modling to the end of a square cut 2x4, drill two holes through the molding into the end of the 2x4 and install dowels. Then the 2x4 can be clamped and the cut can be made cutting through the molding and the dowels. The holes for the dowels won't show because that part of the molding will be on top of the cabinet.
Second thought is to make a sled and do the angled rips on the TS but my saw is 100 miles from his kitchen and any tweaking will take a considerable amount of time.
Any better ideas?