I'm trying to make a multi sided box and have to cut the wood at a 54 degree
angle. My saw only cranks over to 45 degrees. I can get the blade over that
far using a crowbar, but sometimes the wood burns a bit. Should I spray the
blade with silicone?
I want the joint to fit well so the planter does not leak.
Is it possible to use something like a tenon jig with the wood vertical and the saw
set to 36 degrees? A little more waste that way,
but you wouldn't have to use a crowbar (cringing waiting for that loud snap of
breaking metal. A crowbar???).
Wichita, KS USA
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