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Old 05-26-2017, 10:02 PM   #16
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Re: miscut angle on cedar beam

Originally Posted by Koa View Post
You mention one side and then say cross cuts. Maybe a pic would help clarify. It sounds solvable.

A CA glue with accelerator might work better than Gorilla white or polyurethane. Less bleeding. I'm assuming this is not being painted but maybe stained? Or left natural?

CA glue example...
First I'd heard of it. I was hoping to leave it natural, is an interior exposure and covered elsewhere. I will look into it..is it available online or where?

I left the actual piece with the shop, hoping they don't do further damage. You just have to picture a 4"x6" with two angle cuts to make a 8/12 pitch (/ /)except they cut it \ /. I am having to cross cut to make it be like the first example in parenthesis. The finished piece is about 3"x4"

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