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Compound Miters on the Radial Arm Saw

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Blog series by KTNC updated 05-06-2018 10:15 PM 2 parts 9179 reads 2 comments total

Part 1: The Broken fence method

04-27-2018 04:58 AM by KTNC | 2 comments »

4/26/2018 Reference: How to Master the Radial Arm Saw by Wally Kunkel (aka Mr. Sawdust) chapter 4 pages 69 to 79 I am planning a furniture project that includes a feature like a fireplace mantel. This motivated me to learn how to do compound miters on my radial arm saw. On the internet, I found plenty of information on how to do this with a miter (chop) saw but nothing on using a radial arm saw. I found information in the Mr. Sawdust book referenced above and also in a book by R.J. ...

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Part 2: Outside and Inside Corners - Crown Moulding

05-06-2018 10:15 PM by KTNC | 0 comments »

5/6/2018 Reference: Part 1 of this blog series – The Broken Fence Method The broken fence method for making compound miters that I described in Part 1, creates only inside corners. That is what you need for picture frames and similar projects. If you want to add moulding to the top of an armoire or install crown moulding at the wall/ceiling juncture of your house you also need to make outside corners. This post explains how to use a modified positioner (see the reference a...

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