I just bought a compound miter saw and I am building a table for it from plans I found on the Internet. The legs call for a 25 degree left miter with a 7 degree left bevel for two legs, the other two need a 25 degree right miter cut plus a 7 degree right bevel cut, the miter I can set the saw for, no problem, but my saw only cuts a bevel to the left, it doesnt move to the right. How do I cut the opposite cuts for the other two legs on this saw? Like I say, I can cut the miter both directions, its the bevel to the right I can't accomplish. Anyone know how to make the cut? Thanks, its got me puzzled.
Thanks, yes thats what it looked like should be done, but as you say, tricky to get done without a wrong cut. Ill stare at it some more in the morning and see if I can figure it out. At least I have two to use as a guide to follow, but still its not something I do every day or even have ever done.