I am a rank amateur (only been at the gig for about 5 years 1-2 hours at a time whenever I can get a break) but it seems to me that I should be able to make a good miter joint, what with all of the fancy technology available. I have tried it on my miter saw (didn’t fit right, and can’t seem to adjust the saw right), my table saw with the blade tilted 45*, my table saw with my miter gauge, my table saw with a picture framing jig (probably not made right), by hand with a miter box, and with my laser vision (if only). I really like the look of the joint, but I am at the point that I think a hand-cut dovetail would be simpler and probably work better for me. Any advice on how to make this joint?
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