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Sand your way to perfect miters

Have you ever cut a mitered corner that fit perfectly?

It happens every now and then, but more typically you need to tweak the miter a fraction of a degree one way or the other to get that elusive perfect fit. That’s hard to do on a mitersaw or tablesaw, but easy to do on a stationary disc sander. Simply make the adjustable miter-sanding jig shown xxxx (illus.). Mark on the jig base a 45° reference line as a starting point for the sanding you’re about to do. Clamp the jig to the disc-sander table and use it to sand a miter’s toe or heel ever so slightly. Be sure to cut the mitered workpieces a little long so you can sand their ends – multiple times if necessary – until you achieve a perfect fit.


Sand your way to perfect miters

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