airstone on corners with miter saw

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airstone on corners with miter saw

hello all. i am putting up airstone on my fireplace. i figured out the angle i need for the 2 edges, 49.5 degrees with my miter saw. the question i have is, should i cut the same piece and put those ends together on the edges, or cut 2 different pieces and connect them. i think the same piece would look better and like that piece is continuous over the edge, whereas 2 different pieces, albeit easier, would cause the seem down the edges to look more obvious. does that make sense? thanks in advance for your advice or tips!

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i think the same piece would look better
Absolutely.

I've heard of this but never seen, so it cuts with a miter saw??
 
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they say all you need is a hacksaw, but thats super slow. so most sites recommend a miter saw, tile saw (if you dont mind getting it wet), or even a dremel.
 
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