40deg miter saw setting will cut an outside 80 and 100 deg miter ? - Page 2 - Router Forums
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It has to work, if you lay a flat board on top of another flat board and mark where the point and heel are and cut them you have the same angle on each board.
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You're absolutely right, Herb...if you use the two board method you described, you will never be wrong...
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I agree that the formula is wrong. There they are maybe cutting the material different ways for over or under 90 degrees???

Find a different instructable.

The video came up as I was looking at where to install Boost and EGT gauges on my Cummins...

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The video came up as I was looking at where to install Boost and EGT gauges on my Cummins...
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You're absolutely right, Herb...if you use the two board method you described, you will never be wrong...
I have reread this thread a couple of times now and I see what you guys are saying and I agree the formula is wrong,and you are right,on a deck or laying flooring you would be in big trouble.
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