Trim help

ajpdlaOctober 18, 2009

Sometimes, I feel it's the easiest things which become the hardest to figure out.

I need to cut some "shims" to balance out the 1x6 interior trim for our new replacement windows.

The sill drops at a 15 degree angle from the top of the interior sill to the base of the installed window.

I can't figure out for the life of me how to cut these shims on my table saw.

Can someone help me figure this out?

I have pictures if you need to see them. I didn't see how to link them here.

Thanks.

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ajpdla

Turns out my settings on the table saw worked out. Thanks.

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