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post #1 of 8 Old 05-04-2010, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Spring Angle Chart

I can't seem to find a spring angle chart for different angles other than the standard 52/38 or 45.

Because of the size I need to cut this moulding flat on the table saw.

I would like a 60/30 spring angle but have no idea what to set miter and bevel.

Anyone have a link to such a critter?

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-04-2010, 05:50 PM
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http://www.dewalt.com/featured-artic...iter-saws.aspx
Not the right chart. Sorry bill

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Nope

Thanx woodn,

Thats exactly what I've been able to find..........2 Charts for standard 52/38 and 45/45


There has got to be a way to calculate for different springs........But I have not a clue.


I'll keep lookin tho!

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Found it!

http://www.altereagle.com/4_How_to_insta.html

Spring angle miter and bevel calculator

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This one was close

http://www.installcrown.com/Cutting_crown_on_flat.html

http://www.installcrown.com/Crown_angle_generator.html

I found it but didn't post it. Your's is better I think! bill

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Yep!

Looks like the same calculator ............Different site.

I appreciate your help Bill!

So..........Before all this technology, How did the old school boys figure this out?

My guess is ....Draw it out!

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It shouldn't be too hard to draw it up in Autocad for different angles. Maybe in SU also??? Draw the lines and then use the protractor to find the developed angles??? Just a thought. CH
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thanks scott, i never new what that angle was called.
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