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    Triangle - "Copy" and "Paste"

    Good day

    I have two 45 triangles that are very accurate but, I don't like to use them for everyday work...

    So I "Copy" and "Paste" them to plywood

    I used 1/4" (6mm) plywood but you can use any.

    Just to save you the calculations:
    440mm = 17-5/16"
    640mm = 25-3/16"

    Regards
    niki

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    Another simple, yet effective idea, Niki. Thanks for posting it.
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