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Butt joining a 45 degree bevel end to a 90 degree end

by toddbeaulieu
posted 07-25-2016 04:52 PM


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#1 posted 07-25-2016 04:58 PM

Build a handrail on stairs for a deck and you end up with a similar issue.

Any reason you can’t do a 22-1/2 degree angle on both pieces instead of 45 & 90?

BTW, the math comes out to 1.060660171779821 . . . . . . inches. Or … just under 1-1/16 (1.0625)

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#2 posted 07-25-2016 05:07 PM

It looks like the two 45 beveled pieces are thicker than the 90 piece. This complicates things. You can use some kind of a CAD program to draw out the layout and get the angles from that. Each of the two parts will have a different angle because of the different thicknesses.

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#3 posted 07-25-2016 05:10 PM

“Any reason you can’t do a 22-1/2 degree angle on both pieces instead of 45 & 90?”

Do you mean other than me being a moron? None that I can think of.

Wow, that was embarrassing. Thank you.

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#4 posted 07-25-2016 07:04 PM

Just cut the “nose” off the angled pieces to make it flush.

-- Bondo Gaposis

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#5 posted 07-25-2016 07:55 PM

“Do you mean other than me being a moron? None that I can think of.”

This has to be one of the best responses I’ve seen here! It is great to know I am not alone, that has been my realization far too many times when faced with a ‘problem’ in woodworking that is easily resolved by someone that knows what they are doing :-)

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#6 posted 07-25-2016 08:23 PM

Nobody’s ever accused me of being a thinker. I’m more of a doer. After a variable number of attempts I usually get there. This particular situation was especially embarrassing though. ;)

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#7 posted 07-25-2016 08:36 PM

Biscuits

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#8 posted 07-25-2016 08:47 PM



“Do you mean other than me being a moron? None that I can think of.”

This has to be one of the best responses I ve seen here! It is great to know I am not alone, that has been my realization far too many times when faced with a problem in woodworking that is easily resolved by someone that knows what they are doing :-)

- Mark Shymanski


What , you mean you don’t know everything about woodworking ? I do , just ask me and I will tell you so. :) Right and the Moon is made of Cheese too.
That is why this site is so great , somebody here has had the same Problem before and is not to Proud to tell you about it and how to Fix it.

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#9 posted 07-25-2016 08:59 PM

The great atmosphere here is why I love LJs!

-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2

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#10 posted 07-25-2016 09:48 PM

This

-- Mark

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#11 posted 07-26-2016 12:08 AM

Looks like Mark accidentally made a “selfie” !


This

- Mark Wilson


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#12 posted 07-26-2016 09:13 AM

An “accidental selfie” never catches one smiling. I saw it. Aside from that, was it helpful?

-- Mark

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#13 posted 07-26-2016 04:34 PM

Yes Mark, that is an interesting approach. I ended up doing 22’s.

Now I’m trying to figure out how to do the drawer construction, which will have V shaped fronts. This is for a lazy susan.

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#14 posted 07-26-2016 04:51 PM

That’s looking good, Todd, interesting take on a lazy susan. Never seen one like it.

-- https://www.jtplaneworks.com - In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.

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#15 posted 07-26-2016 04:52 PM

I can’t take credit for it. I found images and liked the idea because of my space constraints. Apparently the V drawer is called a corner dovetail. I need to look into that because I don’t know how to do that.

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#16 posted 07-26-2016 05:14 PM

Looks like your going to have several new talents by the time you finish this project. That’s a good thing.

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#17 posted 08-19-2016 08:57 PM

In case anyone’s interesting I just posted the completed project.

http://lumberjocks.com/projects/263218

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