The assembly is made by cutting each of two parts to be joined, across the main surface, usually at a 45° angle, to form a corner, usually a 90° angle. It is called beveling when the angled cut is done on the side, although the resulting joint is still a mitre joint. Mitre Cutting allows for a look of seamlessness, when combining multiple tablets or slabs to be free standing or adhered to a vertical surface. This can be achieved by cutting the stone on a 45degree angle using diamond tipped blades for larger material or CNC Mitre Cutting technology, offered by our team of professionals.
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