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Joseph H , I was told by a furniture maker the ideal angle for a chair back is eleven degrees . A simple way to achieve this is to use a wider piece of stock for the rear leg and back support mark out your leg and back angle cut out on a band saw . Hope this helps Joseph.
Nice chair Fatboyzz , I like chairs they incorporate lots of angles and joints .Great challenge for a hobbyist like me to take on .
How did you create the angle on the chair backs?
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