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Could somebody help me with cutting a difficult angle in a piece of cut. the cut comes back on it self so it cant be done with just a jigsaw(because i dont want the drill hole). i would like it as one cut because i want the piece to fit back in. ive tired cutting pieces to fit but its difficult, so if you have a look at the picture, i need to do one cut along the white line. any suggestions
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sorry but not able to get piccy up if some one can tell me.


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Make your vertical cuts and stop. Then, drill a few holes only the width and depth (size) of the blade, along the line so you can slide the blade through. Then you can cut in either direction.






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try a scroll saw with a 360 blade.

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can i get them 360 blades for a coping saw?
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can i get them 360 blades for a coping saw?

You could use a rod type blade like this in a coping saw. They are difficult to follow a line.






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cheers. can that be used for wood? cause it looks like a tile saw.
i only need to do enough to get the jigsaw blade in so would the blade be good for wood?
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cheers. can that be used for wood? cause it looks like a tile saw.
i only need to do enough to get the jigsaw blade in so would the blade be good for wood?

Those blades are supposed to cut anything. I didn't know they made them for coping saws though.

How big is your project? Will it fit in a scroll saw? If your trying to fit it back in, what about the waste line that you cut out? How will you fill that?
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the wood is about 1.5 inchs and have two to cut. ive tried cutting a piece to fit the gap but with no succes cause i want a sharp clean finish. guess im just going to have to live the the gap.
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