Modeling the 1950's Nickel Plate Road down on the Wheeling in and around Adena, Ohio
Yeah I've often wondered how I can cut two 45's on a DeWalt miter saw and then when I put them together they aren't square. Looks like you hit this one right on the money though.
What you described is my typical experience when doing trim work on my house. I also have a "good" miter saw, perhaps it's not the tools :)
You should be proud of this Chris ... looks like a "true crafstman" @ work!
For an educator the spelling is atrocious ... should be "craftsman" ... now I feel better. Still great work though Chris!
Thanks Jim, glad to see you post for "real"!I know I have light years more to accomplish on my layout but I love the small instances when planning and execution work out perfectly.Inspired by the furniture grade LK&O and B&O Old Main Line benchwork I solider on.