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Splayed miter picture frame

#268597 by STB » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:48 am

It started with a question that sounded like a statement. But first some background. Around our house when the spring cleaning bug hits the redecorating gene also surfaces. The question/statement - With all that expensive fancy woodworking machines you can make me a plain shadow box picture frame right. I was trapped.
So I decided to make a picture frame with compound mitered corners. My first attempt didn't turn out very well. Evidently I didn't understand compound miters. A search led me to http://www.woodshoptips.com/tips/051903/index.html. I am not sure what I was doing wrong but I couldn't make it work. So a you tube search https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=splayed+miter+angle+calculations led me to Matthias Wandel web site https://woodgears.ca/miter/ using miter angles from his chart the frame turned out as expected. The last picture shows the picture in its frame note the picture is in a frame from the dollar store

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Glenn
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Re: Splayed miter picture frame

#268598 by nuhobby » Fri Mar 27, 2020 7:50 am

Good job!

I remember back in late 2006 I was debating in buying shop tools. I got the Shopsmith all-in-one sales DVD, and just lusted over that compound miter possibility. Then in Jan-2007 I got my shiny Shopsmith! Of course I've used it for everything *but* compound miters since then. Good refresher for me :)

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Re: Splayed miter picture frame

#268614 by Mike907 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:05 pm

There is a compound angle table in PTWFE (page 37 in the 4th edition) that matches Mathias' table, except the PTWFE angles are rounded to the nearest 1/4 degree. The link to the table in the online version of PTWFE seems to be broken.

Mike

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