Vernier Length

Discussion in 'Stomper' started by Jon, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. Jon

    Jon PRO Member

    This idea is not my own but needs to be be highlighted, I owe John Distefano thanks for the idea.
    It is a measurement of a segment from a tapered side, across the segment to the opposite point. A line that is at right angle from the side to the opposite point makes a right triangle, with the segment length as it's hypotenuse. Vernier Length is "Segment Edge Length* COS((Miter Angle)*PI()/189)". You can put that into a column in Excel.
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