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Posted on HELP! Cutting 45 degree angles on long strips

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drewnahant

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#1 posted 03-31-2011 03:03 AM

if you want to do it on the router table, the first side should be fine, because you still have a substatial amount of flat area on the table, for the second side, I would create an outfeed spacer, so that the angled side sits flat on that, instead of on the table. think of how the outfeed of a jointer is offset from the infeed to match the height of the cutter, same Idea here. however, I think that the table saw is a better way to do it.

you could actually do it with a jointer if you have one, set the fence to 45 and take down one side, then set to 90 and cut the other with the first angled side on the fence


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