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Stevinmarin

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#1 posted 05-08-2010 11:14 PM

Rich, you are absolutely right. I think I am overthinking this. I guess my problem lies in my miter guage that is really cheap and crappy and the degree markings are not all that accurate. When I set it up and run my tests on the triangles, they are never accurate. I suppose just buying a good miter guage would save me a lot of trouble!

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