Step 6: Done

Mount the base shoe and you're ready.
Great idea!~!
So simple and so obvious. But not something I would have thought of on my own. A very good technique that I will surely use soon. Thanks!
Clever! I may have to use this technique when I install flooring in my basement.
If all angles were 90 degrees the problem would be solved easily with a carpenter's square and/or a fixed angle circular saw. The problem is that almost no angle is 90 degrees. This Instructable technique works for angles higher or lower than 90. Very slick! The problem with welding magnets is the magnets fall off the wood before you can mark it or cut it.
Not a bad easy option, granted a protractor will do, never had the problem since we have both a mounted circular saw and a thingy saw, you know with set angles... In a fix welding magnets have lots of useful angles to make marks with, you only need the side plate off one...
I didn't have all of this, and to buy some for just one time i think is not a option. Can you tell me what a "fix welding magnets" are. Is this a sort of welding device to weld two pieces in a desired angle?
Add a comma, I think. &quot;In a fix, welding magnets have lots...&quot; Welding magnets are magnets with 90 degree and 45 degree angles built in, and hold two pieces at right angles. There are also some that move to any angle.<br/><sub>Picture stolen from <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.magnet-tool.com/industrial_magnetic_devices.html">magnet-tool.com</a></sub><br/>
Now I understand, maybe this is more a tool for a big steal (wooden in combination with a clamp) construction.
Is that a random red splotch, or a silhouette of your cat?
The silhouette of our cat.

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