Yes! You only need to focus on the edges of the 3WAY rather than the entire corner. Plus, the 3WAYs structural strength means you won’t need to pre-fill broken corners.
Do you sell larger quantities for tapers or for larger projects?
Yes! We sell 3WAY in 25 and soon, 100 pack options.
My corner angle isn’t perfect. Will I still be able to use 3WAY?
For 3 90° angles intersecting, the 3WAY is adjustable to one off angle, up to 120°. 3WAY was designed to install in corners that aren’t exactly 90°.
I’m a painter, is it easy to install a 3WAY?
Yes! 3WAY is so easy to use that it takes minimal skill to achieve stunning results. Apprentices and painters with limited taping skills can install 3WAYs in minutes.
If I am planning to run paper tape in the three two-sided corners, should I let it run under that three-way corner piece, or just up to it?
I find it easier to tape the angles first but not all the way into the corner. I like that more because if you're pulling out of your angle with a flusher it's not going to hook the tape. But I know a lot of people putting all their three ways and then tape up to the beveled Edge. It's up to you to try and see which works better for you.
Do I have to cover up the cardboard?
The 3WAY has a front and back, this video might be the best to help answer your question: https://youtu.be/xLs4in2JfyQ
How much time will I save installing 3WAY over traditional corners?
This depends on how quickly you tape corners, but typically you may save 10 or more minutes per corner.
These are laid out in the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeHkZ9k-Xfg
Which tool do you like best for mudding angles?
I prefer Dewalt Mudshot, because you set it and go. My partner prefers MudRunner cause he feels more control over mudflow. I think both are WAY better than corner box, you can see and fit into spaces easily. The power assist for mud flow is awesome.
I’m using the mud shot but I mix my mud like when I’m using the boxed but I have a lot problems - it doesn’t run well. Maybe I’m using really hard mud.
Make sure your tool is super clean, your angle filler is clean and well-adjusted. Does it have wheels? Without wheels does tend to hang-up more. Thin down your mud more if you like, not as thin as taping. Use a nopock for smooth running and machine oil on the hydronic and in your tube before you start. Just some troubleshooting stuff I've learned
I’m using Mudshot. Can you install the inside corners with the Mudshot?
The 3WAY goes in first, so do the tapes. The mudshot and angle head coat the angles with mud. The 3WAY doesn't need to be sculpted out with mud in the corner like traditional taping (3 tapes overlapping)