Hello, I am really struggling with getting this shape to work (file attached).
I would like to have this tapered kind of shape for the base of this desk top. My material is 18mm MDF and i can not figure a way to build it in such a way that i can manufacture it in the real world.
I really need it to be in angles that are quite simple (ex : 30°, 15°, 45° , 60° etc) so that I can cut them on a regular table saw.
I am willing to compromise the exact shape from my ‘HELP’ file only constraints i have is taht the desk should be 2300 x 900 mm and have flush 90° angles, the heigth or angle of the taper can be changed.
Please help as this is totaly ruining my brains and i’m not even sure if it’s possible to do with clean and table saw friendly angles.
I assume @Vlad_Georgescu is asking about cutting bevels for a shape such as this:
The short answer is there is not a combination of bevel angle along the seam and taper angle of the face from vertical which are both multiples of 5 degrees other than a bevel angle of 90 degrees and taper angle of 0 degrees.