I have some 11" tall baseboard that I've salvaged from my house. I need to cut a number of outside corner miters where the angle of the miter cut is greater than 45 degrees. The corner is approximately 88 degrees. So the miter cut needs to be at 46 degrees.
Since the baseboard is taller than the miter fence, I cannot make the cut with the baseboard vertical. So the cut needs to be made with baseboard on the flat (on the bed of the miter saw).
Unfortunately, the miter saw can only bevel up to 45 degrees. How can I make these cuts?
Also, cutting on a table saw is not an option due to the length of the baseboard