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Angle fitting on Bar Top.
« on: April 17, 2013, 04:25:36 pm »
So I've come to what is the trickiest part of my build so far. The angle pieces.

The Front piece of my CP And the Top piece to back piece all at an angle when joined together.
I've worked around it by using hot Glue on one edge to give me some flex then Using Gorilla glue Filling and finally sanding smooth. I have to say for all the messing about they have come out very nice. Nicely angled and a perfect fit. But surely you guys must know or use a better method  than this to Cut/Fit and join angled pieces or your cabs.

Anybody have some good tips. Ill throw some pictures up on my Build thread of this part tomorrow in the projects section, so you can see what I've done. But like I said there has got to be a better way than what I did.



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Re: Angle fitting on Bar Top.
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2013, 12:14:19 pm »
Angle finder/Protractor and a circular saw?  or at least that is what I used for the 2 angled cuts I had to make.