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Posted on chamfer on table top

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#1 posted 07-16-2017 12:48 PM

Figure out what that angle is by drawing it out on a piece of paper. Then either cut it with a circular saw or table saw with the top standing on it’s thickness (you’ll have to clamp support material on the edge if you use a circular saw to keep the sole plate flat). You’d have to start and stop short and finish it with a hand saw. Unless you can find a router bit close enough to that profile to run it through a router table or shaper. You’ll still have to finish with a hand saw if the chamfer is suppose to end squared off.

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