countertop corner, miter joint
I have 25" wide butcherblock pranks, 1.5" thick.
I was wondering what does it take to produce 2 nice 45* cuts that will butt together at right angle. The only thing I know of is an adjustable drywall square, as long as I use both sides of the edge to produce the 2 miters, I will get 90* right.
I assume even the walls are not even I will install the cabinetry run at pretty close to 90 degree.
Should I use a circular saw or jigsaw? What blade?
The material is very expensive I cannot afford to mess up.
Do you think the miter looks better than just straight butting 2 planks together without any cutting. Or does the 45* miter remind us of laminate corners?
Thanks in advance!