45 Degree Corner Cabinet Hinge

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  1. Miter Joint Tips / Rockler How-to

    Miter Joint Tips / Rockler How-to

    …angles, mitering corners, etc? A. Michael Dresdner: "Three things come immediately to mind. First, check your tools. Cut a set of 45 degree angles, put the two boards together seamlessly, and check the outer and inner angles with a good square. Often, tools cut close to 45 degrees, but for invisible…

  2. Building a Simple Corner Bathroom Cabinet / Rockler How-to

    Building a Simple Corner Bathroom Cabinet / Rockler How-to

    …saw. Glue and brad-nail the pieces in place. Sand off any projecting corners, then attach the top to the cabinet with screws driven up through the sub-top panel. I hung my cabinet door using two standard stainless-steel hinges and a stainless door knob (pieces 13 and 14). A magnetic catch (piece…

  3. Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    …into the cabinet carcass to create a completely flush, clean-lined look. Other Styles and Functions Rockler has a large selection of additional hinge types available including: Flipper Door Systems (For sliding, hiding doors) Clip on Hinges (For wider opening doors) Cross Corner Hinges (For doors…

  4. Making Doors with Mitered Corners / Rockler How-to

    Making Doors with Mitered Corners / Rockler How-to

    …do not need to be cut at exactly 45 degrees â although that's a good thing to shoot for. In reality, it's more important that the angles add up to 90 degrees. The Rockler 45 Degree Miter Sled takes advantage of this fact, and makes cutting perfect 90 degree miter joints a simple, foolproof…

  5. Keeping Things Lined Up / Rockler How-to

    Keeping Things Lined Up / Rockler How-to

    …Woodworker's Journal eZine 2004 archives So much for square corners, but not everything is meant to go together at a nice, polite 90 degree angle. How do you maintain the alignment of parts that meet at a 45 degree angle? At 135 degrees? With the Adjustable Clamp-It, of course. The Adjustable…

  6. Crown Molding Made Easy / Rockler How-to

    Crown Molding Made Easy / Rockler How-to

    …inside corner, the blade is 45 degrees to the right, and the bulk of the workpiece is to the right of the blade. When you are cutting actual pieces (as opposed to the template), you may have to make a very slight adjustment to the 45 degrees, depending on how close to 90 degrees your room's corners

  7. Crown Molding Tips / Rockler How-to

    Crown Molding Tips / Rockler How-to

    …you have to do is make standard 45 or 22-1/2 degree miters, leaving the blade perpendicular to the saw bed. The set up is much faster and it's much easier to adjust the angle of the cut, which comes in handy in a world where corners rarely form perfect 90 and 45 degree angles. Cutting Coped Molding…

  8. Marking and Measuring Tool Basics / Rockler How-to

    Marking and Measuring Tool Basics / Rockler How-to

    …square in most woodworking shops. Angles Other than 90 and 45 Degrees 90 and 45 degree angles may be the most common in woodworking, but they're not the only ones that come up. For marking angles other than 90 and 45 degrees, most woodworkers use a sliding bevel, or "T-bevel." The T-bevel's…

  9. The Wixey Digital Angle Gauge / Rockler How-to

    The Wixey Digital Angle Gauge / Rockler How-to

    …add up to the usual 45 and 90 degrees. In actual practice, most woodworkers spend at least as much time making adjustments to angles that are “supposed” to be exactly this or precisely that as they do locking in at pre-set stops and cranking out perfect 45 degree cuts one after another.…

  10. Working with Uncommon Angles / Rockler How-to

    Working with Uncommon Angles / Rockler How-to

    …Working with Uncommon Angles Working with Uncommon Angles posted on October 25, 2007 by Rockler When you encounter angles other than the usual 45 or 90 degrees do you end up scratching your head? Don’t feel alone. Here’s a question from one of our readers. Mike was nearly driven over the…

  11. Zero Clearance Table Saw Inserts / Rockler How-to

    Zero Clearance Table Saw Inserts / Rockler How-to

    …zero clearance inserts aren't hard to come by, and most of us do most of our cutting at a few common angle settings, anyway. Having a 90 and 45 degree insert on hand is a good start, and more can be added without too much trouble as the need arises. You can make your own zero clearance inserts;…

  12. Two Tools for Faster, More Accurate Trim Work / Rockler How-to

    Two Tools for Faster, More Accurate Trim Work / Rockler How-to

    …fast, dead-on accurate readings of real world angles - the ones that so often aren't exactly 90 or 45 degrees. The protractor has two easy-to-read scales - one that gives the angle of the corner, and one that figures the angle of the miter cut for you. The solid aluminum arms slide on a durable…

  13. Must Have Router Bits: Chamfer Bits for Straight Edge Countertop Cuts / Rockler How-to

    Must Have Router Bits: Chamfer Bits for Straight Edge Countertop Cuts / Rockler How-to

    …Like a roundover, a chamfered edge can ease sharp corners. Laminate installers often use a chamfer on countertop edges. Available cutter angles depend on the manufacturer, but you should be able to easily find 11.25, 15, 22.5, 25, 30 and 45 degrees. You'll probably use a 45-degree chamfer more than…

  14. How to Build a Portable Gazebo as a Summer Project / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Portable Gazebo as a Summer Project / Rockler How-to

    …between opposite corners around the octagon's perimeter is equal. Once you have it right, clamp the still-loose hinge leaves to their mating posts. Bore holes through the posts at the holes you previously drilled in the hinges. Tap carriage bolts through each pair of hinges and post holes (from…

  15. Build a Dentil Pattern Picture Frame with Your Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    Build a Dentil Pattern Picture Frame with Your Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    …next corner. I applied a piece of masking tape over the moldings before making each cut to keep tearout to a minimum. If a joint doesn't meet squarely, add a few paper shims between the workpiece and miter gauge on one end or the other before re-trimming. It can help you zero in on a partial degree

  16. How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Tambour-topped Box / Rockler How-to

    …6: Cut out the miter clearance into the lower rear corners of the drawer slides, cutting out a small chip of stock with a chisel. To create clearance where the tambour attaches to the drawer, cut off the back lower corner of each side at a 45 degree angle. Then, using a sharp chisel, trim the small…

  17. How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    …stone to remove the rust and hone the edge. The frog the iron rides on will be cut at 45 degrees, so the edge bevel should be no steeper than 25 degrees: a cutting edge that addresses the wood at 70 degrees cuts well, but a steeper angle may cause problems. A Little Metalworking The clamp screw…

  18. Horizontal Tilt-top Router Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Horizontal Tilt-top Router Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …table's top is attached to the base via a pair of plywood compasses, each with a pair of radiused slots that allow the top to tilt from flat to 45 degrees. A slot in the top accepts a standard miter gauge, which is useful for end-routing. Kicking Off the Construction Process Using a socket and…

  19. Envelope Card Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Envelope Card Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …and Materials List Click Here When not hosting a card game, it is an elegant side table of modest size, just 22" square. But turn the top 45 degrees, open up the leaves, and it becomes a 31" square game table complete with felt playing field and pockets for the chips. As you may have guessed,…

  20. Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III / Rockler How-to

    Woodworking Math Tables, Formulas and Calculators - Part III / Rockler How-to

    …setting for saws that calibrate a square cut at zero degree. For saws that calibrate a square cut at 90 degrees, use the complement of B for the saw's setting. Note 2: Dimension "M" is useful in projects that involve rounding off the corners of a polygon to form a round or cylindrical shape.…

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