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miter cut for unsquare corner


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02-19-02, 05:48 PM   #1  
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miter cut for unsquare corner

I'm feeling a little challenged installing some base molding on an out-of-square outside
corner. The corner is more like 92 or 93 deg. so my understanding is that would require a
bevel setting that goes beyond the 45 deg. limit of my miter saw. Any suggestions would be greatly
appreciated.

Thanks,

JA

 
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02-19-02, 06:10 PM   #2  
JA:

If you put the molding in your miter box upside down and backwards the 45 limit will serve as a starting point for angles over 90 degrees. As you bring the blade to what would normally be considered 'less' than 45, you're actually cutting greater than 45.

A T-bevel (from a good hardware store) will allow you to measure the exact angle of your cut...

 
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