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how to use a 45 degree router bit to cut a angle

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salesVSNJA
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how to use a 45 degree router bit to cut a angle

I am trying to figure out how to cut a miter joint on my CNC using a 45-degree router bit but can't seem to find anything to work. Not sure why this is so difficult but I am at my wit's end

The attached file is a simple miter but on the operations, I got to generate just dove to the bottom without clearing material from the top.

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seth.madore
in reply to: salesVSNJA

If there's one area that Fusion falls short in, is the needs of woodworking. For a feature such as this (and using a tool such as the one you're using), I would actually suggest creating a Form Mill and using 2D Contour with some Stock to Leave, Multiple Depths and a Taper Angle:

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 I've attached the file for your review


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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Warmingup1953
in reply to: salesVSNJA

Why not trace a line projected onto a plane (Offset 0.4mm) with your large bit? I use a 91-degree included angle bit.trace.jpg

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seth.madore
in reply to: Warmingup1953

@Warmingup1953 the size of the OP's "vee" is much larger than they make a tool for (okay, maybe not, but it's very large)


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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