Mitre angle

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.

Mitre angle
Mitre angle
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