MITER


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Related to MITER: miter joint, miter box, miter cut
AcronymDefinition
MITERMinnesota Interdisciplinary Training in Education Research (University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
MITERManchester Institute of Telematics and Employment Research (UK)
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Strengthening trim joints with biscuits may seem like overkill, but it's a great way to keep miters tight and prevent misalignment when you nail moldings to the wall.
You can close a miter gap by rubbing it with a screwdriver shank or any hard, smooth tool.
That's because you cut one miter on one side of the jig and its matching miter on the other side.
Then cut a miter on one end of the long front piece and hold it in place on the 1x6 to mark the opposite end for the miter (Photo 7).
The client directed us to "...put a laser on a miter saw to help the user position the cut.
* Speed excursions were also causing the tool to leave a bend location at a high speed and enter into another miter bend, a short distance away, at a high rate of speed.
* A compound miter saw performs the same functions as a standard miter saw but is generally more expensive because it also pivots to saw bevels as well as miters.
A wonderful stash-buster and skill builder, this lovely bag is a clever way to practice knitting mitered squares.
Additional standard features include: automatic positioning of pressure beam to board thickness and miter, fixed and moveable air floatation table, 14kw saw motor with speed rates up to 100 mpm, saw aggregate with rack drive, precision guides and more.
This saw takes up no more room than a conventional miter saw but has all the advantages of a slider.
Align the miter center with one square centerline (A).