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I'm new to wood working. And I need to make a brace for my table like in this picture

Would you be so kind and tell the steps to make this brace?
You've asked a hard-to-answer question on your first post. Jard because I just don't know how to tell you to do this other than measure and cut, check fit, measure, cut, check until it fits how you want.

The angle screw block needs to fit good but not tight and there should be a gap between the legs and the block so you will have room to draw everything together when you screw the blocks to the legs.

I use a left tilt table saw to cut these blocks all the cuts are 45% bevel cuts. I think you could do it with a SCMS if it is equipped with a depth of cut stop adjustment.

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