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Posted on How to achieve large angles on a Miter Saw

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#1 posted 08-10-2012 03:08 PM

What shape are you trying to cut?

From how it appears mathematically (board stock completely across), you can use either 60° if your saw allow that or 30°. The saw itself will not allow 150° as a direct cutting option due to its design (would most likely interfere with the fence getting cut or the saw mount rotating into the saw base) and the impracticality of such a cut.

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