Here's a trick you don't come across too often
But boy is it handy and accurate.
You could take you bevel gauge and get the larger angle and then take a compass and bisect the angle like you probably were taught in math class way back when.
But there's a better way.
Watch this short video to discover this great trick.
looking at pic, how does one cope an outside angle?
Bill Baker. Make sure you watch seconds 18-25. Hahaha!!
I’ve been bissecting some angles since I was 18 and it is still fun once you figure a 73 degree angle and start nailing scribing long cut boards perpendicular to the verticular
Bryan here you go lol
just by looking at that is 22.5 degree angle
Not ‘coping’ as in sawing/cutting, but coping, as in putting up with your skill-level.
LOL …. I agree with Jason. Coping (With my skill level) is used for inside corners…not outside. Tommy has a great tip that has been lost in the new generation of carpenters.
HI know is there an easy way to do inside corners that are not 45
Noe what is the trick for inside corners that are not .45
what do you do with these round corners?
Use plenty of putty and wood dough, then touch up paint LOL