miter cut

miter cut

Any oblique cut across two pieces of board or molding, so that when joined they form an angle.
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Mark the corner, and make a miter cut to get a clean, 45-degree angle where the cap boards will meet.
When you make the miter cut, leave the baseboard a couple inches too long.
Robust construction utilizing circular windings on miter cut cruciform magnetic cores provides superior performance which translates into unsurpassed system reliability and personnel safety."
After a camera captured every bolt, flange, miter cut, and curve on a 60-foot stretch of oil pipeline in the Corpus Christi refinery, Pehlman was ready to process the digital photos into 3D CAD.
Trimroc interior crown molding installs quicker than traditional wood molding; instead of coping the inside corners as you would with wood, this product installs by using a 45-degree miter cut on each piece.
Four basic cuts are predominantly used in exterior carpentry--the cross cut (or square cut), miter cut, rip cut, and the bevel cut.
Towle is also introducing three new executive carafes for the home or office: the Windsor Executive Carafe, with a heavily decorated pattern; the Bali Executive Carafe, with a formal symmetrical design and the Diamond Executive Carafe, with a rich miter cut. The pieces have distinct looks, ranging from traditional to modern, and are made using 24 percent lead crystal.
Set stop block and straight edge as before, and miter cut the four trim-boards to length.
Start with a scrap of molding with a miter cut on it as a test piece (Photo 1).
This helps assure an accurate miter cut without impairing the saw stroke.