So many times in woodworking, we make boxes. Four sided assemblies with 90 degree corners can become drawers, cabinets and so many other projects.
But, what if you want to make something with a little more flair? More sides? More visual interest?
If you want to go that route, well, get ready to be introduced to the wild and wacky world of compound miters. If trigonometry isn’t your strong suit, well, you might be looking for a calculator to do the heavy lifting for you.
This site is a versatile calculator that allows you to plug in your known numbers and come up with angles to create n-sided boxes, n-sided pyramids, general compound miters and other brain-twisting math. Just plug in the info, set your saw and start cutting…