On 6/6/2010 8:32 PM, Brian Kemp wrote:
> The only place angle really matters is outside corners. Fit the first
> piece with a 45 deg cut. Have a scrap with 45 deg cuts on both ends
> and test the angle for the other side of the corner. You can then tell
> if the angle is greater or less than 45. Try and come close using the
> paragraph above.
Then glue the joing and tap on the corner to close up any gap.
> John T. Blair wrote:
>> Hey gang, boy do I feel dumb.
>> I purchased a "protractor" or "Inside/Outside Angle Finder"
>> I'm trying to figure out how to read it. The main protractor is in
>> 5deg increments. A couple of months ago I did a google search for how
>> to read
>> something and found a very good description of how to read the
>> vernier on
>> this particular angle finder.
>> Well today I started to put down new base board molding and grabbed the
>> angle finder, and measured the first corner. But for the live of me I
>> get an closer to the angle than the 5 degree increments.
>> Anyone have a link to a site that tells you how to read this tool or
>> John T. Blair WA4OHZ email: email@example.com
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