12 ways to get the best from your biscuit joiner
2. Trap bevel cuts even when your fence can't
A few biscuit-joiner fences tilt to 135° to capture the end of a mitered workpiece. That keeps the tool stable when cutting the slot. If your joiner's fence maxes out at 90°, you can get the same stability with this trick. Simply clamp your mating mitered workpieces back-to-back so the bevels form a 90° angle, as shown, and cut slots on each miter.
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