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To join two workpieces at an angle, the surfaces to be joined are cut at an angle (usually 45 degrees). These mitre cuts can be produced using circular saws with a guide rail or with bench-mounted saws (e.g. sliding mitre saws). Some DIY stores rent out bench-mounted saws – but an expert DIYer can also use a hand-held circular saw with a guide rail to produce a mitre cut.