New...Miter a 30 degree angle??
Hi registered here for an answer hopefully.
I have 2 doors that meet to for a 60 degree corner (measured with a protractor). Kept trying the 30 degree setting on my Compound Miter Saw...only to go searching to learn it is from 90 with the piece.
So, here I was cutting 60 and 120 degree angles. I have that part down. So, since my saw stops at 45, and I need 2 30 degree angle is there any way to do other then using my protractor, making a mark, a vise, and my manual saw?
I tried coping...and I did it, but didn't work, the upper part (thicker [its door molding that is stepped inward]) hit and the bottom had a gap, perhaps I didn't angle the cope...but I have my Miter Saw I want to use it!
To Summerize: need 2 30 degree angles from a 10" Ryobi Compound Miter Saw.