How To Use Angle One-Shot

 

 

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How to Measure Inner Angle

 

1. Spread the wings and push Angle One-Shot into the corner. Make sure the wings are perfectly fit.

2. Tighten the set screw to lock in Angle One-Shot.

3. Put the guide push bar on the back of Angle One-Shot into the groove of miter saw blade. Make sure the push bar does not move by holding Angle One-Shot to one side when you adjust your saw

4. While holding the Angle One-Shot to one side, set the miter saw by lining wing bar up along a fence on one side. Make sure there is no gap between the fence and the wing bar.

5. Remove the Angle One-Shot and cut the material for your angle project. 

6. Repeat step 4 and 5 on the other side.

How to Measure Outer Angle

 

1. Spread the wings as far as it can go and push Angle One-Shot into the corner. Make sure the wings are perfectly fit.

2. Tighten the set screw to lock in Angle One-Shot.

3. On a flat piece of wood, draw a pencil line along one of the wings. Follow the line with the wing from the other side to reverse the angle. This process is needed because if you make it in-angle, you can put the guide bar into the groove and set the miter saw. Watching a tutorial video can help understanding this process fast. 

4. Put the guide push bar into the groove of miter saw blade. Make sure the push bar does not move by holding Angle One-Shot to one side when you adjust your saw.

5. While holding the Angle One-Shot to one side, set the miter saw by lining wing bar up along a fence on one side. Make sure there is no gap between the fence and the wing bar.

6. Remove the Angle One-Shot and cut the material for your angle project. However, because you have reversed the angle, you have to cut the material the other way. If you adjust your saw to the left side first, you have to cut the material for the right side of the outside corner. Same principle applies on the other side.

7. Repeat step 5 and 6 on the other side.

How to Make Polygonal Shapes

 

1. Match the red line in the magnifier of Angle One-Shot to the blue line of your desired polygonal shape (pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and octagon).

2. Tighten the set screw to lock in Angle One-Shot.

3. Put the guide push bar on the back of Angle One-Shot into the groove of miter saw blade. Make sure the push bar does not move by holding Angle One-Shot to one side when you adjust your saw

4. While holding the Angle One-Shot to one side, set the miter saw by lining wing up along a fence on one side. Make sure there is no gap between the fence and the wing bar.

5. Remove the Angle One-Shot and place a piece of wood or molding on the saw to cut it. Number of pieces you have to cut will be determined depend on what shape you choose to do. If you choose to make a pentagon shape, you have to cut 5 pieces on each side. Length is up to you to decide.

6. Finish the project neatly using wood glue.

Tutorial Video

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Links to Helpful Videos

Following videos are some of the helpful videos found on Youtube for your angle projects.

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