This Colonial Crown Moulding 2-1/2" – 2 measures 2.500" wide by .750" thickness, with a .451" depth of cut on the top horizontal set of cutters.
The standard profile is comprised of a cyma recta flanked by a 7/16" tall vertical fillet on top, and a 9/64" tall fillet below, attached to a 5/16" radius cavetto, with a 3/8" wide horizontal fillet located at the bottom of the pattern. The spring angles are fixed at forty-five degree, these specific bevels set the installed height at 1-27/32" tall, with a projection of 1-11/16" wide. Search our bevels category by degree, find a set of back bevel cutters appropriate for this common crown moulding.
Please read our commentary about Axial Constant Position for Crown Moulding Bevels, the article will help you dial this profile in axially on the first try when milling this detail on an industrial moulder, provided the moulder is axially calibrated.
Note: If you’re experiencing trouble printing to Full Scale, Go to File, Print Preview. Change the “Shrink to Fit” option to 100%
To purchase a copy of this template ready dxf file for creating acrylic templates to produce knives please send $5.00 via PayPal.Me/MirrorReflections we will email you the dxf file shortly after payment is received.Copyright © Mirror Reflections Inc. All rights reserved.