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I'm going to assume that these are 45 degree angles, as that makes the whole thing a lot easier. I see a few options. The simplest is to make the angles on a bigger piece first then rip off the edge banding. Use a board that is the same thickness as your divider material but decently wide (to allow easy handling). Tilt your table saw blade to 45, then ...


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I don't know. All those while geometrically correct depend at some point on some one visual judgement like getting your right angle perfectly bisected how to do that? Or drawling the two lines that bisect same amount circle? I would make a circle 2" on paper with end dowel or compass, cut out circle, fold in half then half again center fold= center, ...


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Thank you all for your advice. It was very helpful to think about it, especially because I’m planning to do one more. To answer some questions, I have added two pieces of wood that go under the joint and at the end of the counter top, so it became a sturdy one-piece counter top. The board is 5/8” thick. In addition to this, I have a screw under (15 degrees ...


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A butt joint is is not very strong and is likely to break if any wood movement occurs. There are many other ways to handle joints like this that will improve their integrity and diminish their appearance. The simple butt joint such as in your photo could be improved first by making sure that the pieces meet square throughout the cross section or better ...


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