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Pick007

12:41PM | 07/25/05
Member Since: 07/24/05
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Need help! I am not a pro, just an average homeowner.

Here is the problem: I need to cut a 22.5 degree angle on quarter round (molding on a triangular window). I have a 10" electric miter saw (just purchased) but don't know how to cut an angle less than 45 deg. Is there a trick to doing this?? Or do I just eyeball it with the saw.

thanks for the help!!!

rollthebones04

10:52AM | 07/26/05
Member Since: 03/13/05
3 lifetime posts
are you sure your saw doesn't have any sort of stops or at least a gauge on it for 22.5 degrees

doug seibert

11:57AM | 07/26/05
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
You can use a wooden wedgee to space the trim away from the fence.....

like a 22.5* wedge and the saw set to 45*

or a 67.5* wedge/fence and the saw remains at 90*.....

the problem is supporting the long length of stock with a minimal table.....

You can flip the wedge to cut the matching miter on the other side of the saw......

You can find another jig here:

http://www.woodworkingtips.com/etips/etip031003wb.html

Pick007

03:25PM | 07/26/05
Member Since: 07/24/05
2 lifetime posts
It is a 10" Ryobi from **********. It has a laser light which is pretty worthless, but otherwise I like the saw
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