If you decide to not use CNC, I would recommend cutting the miters on a table saw using the technique discussed by Steve Latta in the Fine Woodworking article "Strong, No Clamp-Up Corner Joints", March/April 1998. He uses an assembly technique called miter folding which involves using good quality packing tape at the corners. I have successfully used miter folding as well as Latta's simple shop built jig to cut the miters.
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