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Subject:
trading one problem for another

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
The marking suggestion off the board before mitering is an attractive idea. It could be done with two marking gauges. But then the miter would need to be cut at a length with great accuracy, maybe aided by a shooting board. I'll give this idea more thought.

Somebody solved these problems in 1720 but they never wrote a book about it.

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