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Posted on Changing the angle of already angled piece

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Huds

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#1 posted 08-14-2017 09:41 PM

Ah, doing one half at a time is a great idea, hadn’t thought of that. I have used my table saw as a flat surface for a sanding board, granite top, it’s a good flat reference surface. I could potentially do 1/4 of it at a time, and work to a 90-degree angle, that way I spread any variance out over more joints than just 2 where it could potentially be more noticeable. Hopefully I can get it close enough to where doing one half at a time will work. Thanks!


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