result and loosen the joint. If the front is upright and the side canted then the tails are set out in the usual way, but the shoulders are sawn parallel to the bevel of the long side edge and not at right angles. Whichever piece is canted must be cut full to allow for the bevelling, and the bevel clearly marked or part of the half pin may be lost if the allowance is insufficient. (See also Double bevel dovetail joints, below, and Canted fronts, pp. 249-50.)

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