The saw is zero'd at 90 degrees. 30 degrees from 90 will give youHi
I need to cut a 60 degree bevel on a piece if 1" red oak approximately 4' long. My circular saw can only adjust to 45 degrees.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I knew that, just not when I typed it, edited post. :yes:The drawing shows "acute" angles on the workpiece, as well as obtuse. Acutes are less than 90 degrees, obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees. Small point, but important for clarity. :smile:
Acute angles less than 45 degrees are what would require the method above. JMO.