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Perhaps go to a framing store, and have the piece cut by a chop saw. Picture framing shops need to make very clean and precise cuts. Decent chop saws are not too terribly expensive.

They have pretty much replaced miter trimmers, but are not as good in my experience. I was lucky enough to work with a miter trimmer. Not very common any more. Older frame stores may have one. They used to a necessity for good frames.

See this:

See here for one of the few vendors. $199.


The cutter has settings for exact 90 and 45 degrees cuts. Can be adjusted for others. I can attest that you don't want a finger anywhere near the cutting edge. I was able to cut nearly transparent slices of 2 x 2 red oak w.one.
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