What is a good safe way to make bevel cuts greater than 45 degrees? I own a Bosch contracter’s table saw, a Roybi miter saw, and a craftsman 18 inch band saw.
I am building a big birdhouse. The drawings show the slope of the roof is at a 64 degree angle as measured from a horizontal plane at the top of the roof. I am using a ½ in X 5 in X 6 ½ in board on both sides and trying to join them at the top with the correct angle cut.
I have tried to do this on the table saw but getting more frustrated each attempt.
Would appreciate any help or a reference to a guide book to solve my problem
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