The point is.... in the OP's original statement, which you quoted, he
"no tool that I know of, would allow you to make a precision cut like
It seems to be obvious to most of us that he's referring to a cutting
tool, not a measuring tool.
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On 2/18/2010 2:32 PM, -MIKE- wrote:
> The point is.... in the OP's original statement, which you quoted, he
> "no tool that I know of, would allow you to make a precision cut like
> 70.6 degrees."
> It seems to be obvious to most of us that he's referring to a cutting
> tool, not a measuring tool.
Fercrissakes, quit clouding the issue with facts! <g>
Let's go back to the OP's post:
Can't quite wrap my brain on how to tackle this.
I could make a template on my TS with my Wixey and
then use it on the miter.
The miter only has 1 degree increments.
ALL my comments apply.
A few miter gauges have a 1/10 degree vernier, so the precision is
available (though perhaps not to 70 degrees, directly). What the
accuracy of the gauge is, including miter slot slop, may be another
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