I created UCSs at first but the slicing kept working at 90 degrees to the plane I wanted. ~shrug~ I don't know why.
Then I realised that the aspect ratio is not relevant so long as each corner is treated separately.
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I was away for a couple day, thanks to both of you I think I have it.
thanks again.
Jeff
Making a perfect miter joint is difficult it involved lots of steps like
choosing right tools for the job,
Get the miter angle right - if you are struggling to find right angle then start by measuring the complete angle change and divide it by the number of pieces you need to make the turns. The number that you get as a result is the angle to which the miter must be set. 45 degrees is the most commonly set miter angle on the saw.
Verify the miter angle by making two cuts as a test and check the resulting corner using a square.
And After the cuts have been angled, one side of the wood would look longer compared to the other. For instance, the inside will be equal to your wall but shorter if it is an outer corner piece. It will be the opposite in case of an inner corner piece.
Make sure to keep track of which side goes where when you start taking the measurements.
I got this info from a article on Miter joints, You can also read that article as it might help you - https://theedgecutter.com/how-to-mak...-miter-joints/
Best regards,
thomaskeeper
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Making a perfect miter joint is difficult it involved lots of steps like
choosing right tools for the job,
Get the miter angle right - if you are struggling to find right angle then start by measuring the complete angle change and divide it by the number of pieces you need to make the turns. The number that you get as a result is the angle to which the miter must be set. 45 degrees is the most commonly set miter angle on the saw.
Verify the miter angle by making two cuts as a test and check the resulting corner using a square.
And After the cuts have been angled, one side of the wood would look longer compared to the other. For instance, the inside will be equal to your wall but shorter if it is an outer corner piece. It will be the opposite in case of an inner corner piece.
Make sure to keep track of which side goes where when you start taking the measurements.
I got this info from a article on Miter joints, You can also read that article as it might help you - https://theedgecutter.com/how-to-mak...-miter-joints/
Best regards,
thomaskeeper