I am fairly new to woodworking and am trying to aquire some new skills... I am in the middle of making an oak framed mirror, I have the timber thicknessed and planed and am about to embark on cutting the miters! I dont have access to a table saw, however I do have a router and a flush cutting bit (the type with the bearing at the bottom). I was planning to make a 45' jig from 18mm ply that I could clamp my frames to and then run the flush cutting bit over it with the bearing running across the ply to hopefully create the perfect 45' angles!!! Does this sound like a reasonable idea? Do any of you have a plan for such a jig?
Hope you can help as I dont want to end up with some really pretty firewood :)