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How To Make Perfect Inside Out Mitered Corners

You've set your mitersaw for 45 degrees yet when you assemble, that fourth side just doesn't fit right.  You cut here, adjust there and finally succumb to good enough.  Let's make it perfect the first time!  WOOD magazine's John Olson takes a new approach on cutting your miter.  Think outside the box by cutting to the inside.  You'll just have to watch.
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