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Make straight, accurate, repeatable cuts easily in plywood, MDF, and other sheet goods with the Kreg Rip-Cut Circular Saw Guide. Connects to most circular saws – right or left blade. Reversible guide arm for right- or left-handed use.

Make straight, accurate, repeatable cuts easily in plywood, MDF, and other sheet goods with the Kreg Rip-Cut Circular Saw Guide. Connects to most circular saws – right or left blade. Reversible guide arm for right- or left-handed use.

This is very clever! I wouldn't have thought of it on my own but... Lots of Circular saw blades around these parts.

This is very clever! I wouldn't have thought of it on my own but. Lots of Circular saw blades around these parts.

this is my circular saw - the 5377MG pictured above: 15A motor, carbide-tipped blade, 2 3/8″ cut depth at 90°, and wear-resistant hypoid gears contained in a magnesium casing.  i love it.  i wish i had a reliable corded drill.

this is my circular saw - the 5377MG pictured above: 15A motor, carbide-tipped blade, 2 3/8″ cut depth at 90°, and wear-resistant hypoid gears contained in a magnesium casing. i love it. i wish i had a reliable corded drill.

Make straight, accurate, repeatable cuts easily in plywood, MDF, and other sheet goods with the Kreg Rip-Cut Circular Saw Guide. Connects to most circular saws – right or left blade. Reversible guide arm for right- or left-handed use.

Make straight, accurate, repeatable cuts easily in plywood, MDF, and other sheet goods with the Kreg Rip-Cut Circular Saw Guide. Connects to most circular saws – right or left blade. Reversible guide arm for right- or left-handed use.

Most circular saws will make bevel cuts of only 45 degrees. Here's a trick for cutting bevels that exceed 45 degrees. Let's say you need a 55-degree bevel. Subtract 55 (or whatever bevel you're after) from 90 and set your saw at that bevel (in this case, 35 degrees). Next, clamp or screw a block even with the end of the board to support the saw base while you cut. The blade probably won't complete the cut, but it's easy to finish it with a handsaw or reciprocating saw. This trick works for…

How to Use a Circular Saw

Most circular saws will make bevel cuts of only 45 degrees. Here's a trick for cutting bevels that exceed 45 degrees. Let's say you need a 55-degree bevel. Subtract 55 (or whatever bevel you're after) from 90 and set your saw at that bevel (in this case, 35 degrees). Next, clamp or screw a block even with the end of the board to support the saw base while you cut. The blade probably won't complete the cut, but it's easy to finish it with a handsaw or reciprocating saw. This trick works for…

Bosch 5-3/8 in. 18 Tooth Cordless Circular Saw Blade

Bosch 5-3/8 in. 18 Tooth Cordless Circular Saw Blade

6Pcs Home HSS Rotary DIY Tool Circular Saw Blades Cutting Power Mandrel Dremel in Home & Garden, Tools, Parts, Accessories | eBay!

6Pcs Home HSS Rotary DIY Tool Circular Saw Blades Cutting Power Mandrel Dremel

6Pcs Home HSS Rotary DIY Tool Circular Saw Blades Cutting Power Mandrel Dremel in Home & Garden, Tools, Parts, Accessories | eBay!

Простое приспособление для ровного раскроя листовых материалов (How to Build a Simple Circular Saw Guide for Straighter Cuts)

How to Build a Simple Circular Saw Guide for Straighter Cuts

How to Build a Simple Circular Saw Guide for Straighter Cuts------- BG comments: this has been invaluable and eliminates calculating the distance between the saw edge and blade.

SIMPLE Circular Saw Cross-Cutting Jig - YouTube

I built a simple crosscutting jig for use with a circular saw. Its easy to build, and consists of just one 2 by 2 by piece of plywood and a small par.