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Nope. I need fan-shaped grid showing a X & Y axis, with various degrees representing the common slopes. I would then lay my bevel gauge against the proper angle and set then in. To be used in marking out dovetail tails and pins.
Old-fashioned stuff. It is common in some quarters to express dovetails in a slope, such as 1:7 or 1:9. I need to translate that to both an angle ( a number) and a diagram ( a pictorial representation of that same number).
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