# compound angle

## compound angle

[′käm‚pau̇nd ′aŋ·gəl]
(engineering)
The angle formed by two mitered angles.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In this paper, the fundamental formulae of compound angle, viz.
A bullet going toward the windshield tipped 45 degrees back, tilted 15 degrees to the side does generate a compound angle of the bullet path to the face of the windshield.
Tarus Products of Sterling Heights, MI, recently introduced a new heavyduty compound angle deep hole drilling machine with the ability to drill deep holes at almost any angle at any orientation in steel mold blocks.
A typical pyramid roof requires lots of compound angle cuts and endless trips up a ladder to test-fit all the tricky parts.
In addition to Mastercam's wide variety of tool shapes and types, Router 9 has the added flexibility of Right Angle (RA) and Compound Angle (CA) head control (depicted in figure).
Miter saws are often used at an angle to create compound angle cuts.
Possible structures include the use of four 90[degrees] bends with the input on the +z-axis and the output on a translated +z-axis (or -z-axis) (Figure 1b), the use of four bends of any angle for a general rotation of the input on the +z-axis to any other compound output angle and the use of only two bends of any angle with the input on the +z-axis and the output at any compound angle above the x-y plane (Figure 1c).
No matter how much you tilt that glass, there is no compound angle. But, as I said, it's a minor quibble.
The comer rafters have compound angle cuts where they meet the house, meaning the table of the saw is tilted to cut at a slight angle (in our case, 12 degrees) while it cuts the 2x4 at an angle (ours was 36 degrees).
With the blade at a compound angle, it's straining through more wood than it normally would.
* Compound angle oil holes were drilled by positioning the X, B, Y and C axes while feeding simultaneously in X and Z-axes.

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