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HOW TO MAKE ANGULAR CUTS
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Tip #75
How to Make Angular Cuts

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Description:
Angular crosscutting is the process of making cuts across the stock at any desired angle. These are commonly called miter cuts, and joints made from them are miter joints.

Use:
This operation is used in the construction of picture frames, screens, door trim, and similar objects that require (or look better with) miter joints.

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