Is there a guide for a circular saw?
Even if you own a table saw, it’s often easier to use a circular saw guide than to wrestle a big sheet of plywood through your table saw. You’ll customize the guide to your saw, allowing you to simply align the edge of the guide with your cutting marks and clamp it down.
Can I turn my circular saw into a track saw?
If you try to freehand guide a circular saw along the same path, the result will usually come out uneven and useless, so save some money and build your own track saw using your circular saw and a sheet of wood.
What is a bevel cut?
A bevel cut refers to a cut with sharp edges that are not perpendicular to the top of the wood or material. It is a cut in a beveled curve, which is round in profile and has radius. The angle is usually measured against a square-edge cut.
How thick of wood can you cut with a circular saw?
To sum up, a standard circular saw can offer a cutting depth of 2.5 inches as the maximum, but you can adjust the depth to match your requirements. It’s easy by moving the blade up and down to align against the material before starting to cut.