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Alot of people out there know how but im new and just looking to post.when i am doing applied paneling,inlayed paneling up stairs i cut 60+ degrees angles.Take a stock 1 x 4 and cut a 45 degree angle on both sides.the block should be about 12"-16".if you need a 70 degree angle ,hold the block on flat with the long point of the 45 degree angle towards the fence and set your saw at 25 degrees.Cut the 25 degree half way so you have a 45 and a 25 angle.take the piece of molding and hold it on the 45 degree side with the saw set at 25 still and cut.be careful the block and slip.you either need another person to hold the block or i use my clamps on my dewalt saw and my crown stops to hold it in place.hope this is a help ,i am bad at explaining things.the math is easy just take the angle you need and minus 45 and thats what angle you need to set the saw at.
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I moved it to the appropriate place.

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