Best ways to get it right the first time for me:
Favorite would be sneaking up on the miter with a shooting board.. SB has to be set up dead on..
Easiest would be sneaking up on the miter with a 12" disc sander. Jig for sander needs to be dead on..
Nice to have both with adjustable features...
When its just a lil bit of tweakin' required, a block with 100grit works for me..
I get my best results by working my way around, one corner at a time..
then sometimes ya just say AHHHHHHHHHH CRAP!!
I'd say that even one of those 6" disc /48" belt sander combo's would work well enough with the right kind of jig. The jig needs to be
rigid enough to hold the angle and even then a lil practice goes a long way. With the inside edge of miter resting against the
disc, apply a little pressure one way or the other to zero it in..
"..... limited only by imagination"
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Skipper the Penguin
Last edited by TwoSkies57; 07-17-2015 at 10:53 AM.