In this woodworking tip video I show how to make miters and bevels on a table saw that aren’t 90 degrees. I guess technically these are bevels…but people commonly refer to them as miters, so I’m sticking with it. I can’t remember where I learned this trick but I use it quite a bit. The cool thing about it is that it takes a lot of the human error out of trying to perfectly dial in 2 different angles on your saw. It also allows you to make cuts that wouldn’t be possible normally, as running the piece horizontally and vertically provides the same functionality as a saw that could tilt 90 degrees, instead of the normal 45.