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john lucas
I use an number of techniques. This time I just used the Drilll press and placed a block under the stool top to get the angle what I wanted. I often use a brace and bit and just set an angle gouge near the bit. The long shaft of the bits makes it easy to get the angle pretty accurate. The problem with these was I didn't want the tenon to go all the way through and the Auger bit has too long of a point so it makes the hole too shallow. I custom ground an Paddle bit to have a very short point and it will work in my drill press or my hand drill. For the hand drill I add an extension this makes it pretty easy to line up with my angle gauge.

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