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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-18-2011, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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Default Ez spartan guide turns your circular saw into a tracksaw

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Gary, saw and router guides are a big help when cutting panels free hand. Instead of spending big money for one make your own out of 1/4" Masonite and a piece of 1"x2". Glue and screw the 1"x2" onto a piece of Masonite 12" wide. Using the strip as your guide trim off one side with your saw, the other with a router. It is super easy to clamp this guide to a full sheet of plywood or any smaller panel and you know exactly where your cut will be.

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+1, Mike.
Simple is better.

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What do you want to do with it? If only cut up plywood, it is an expensive sawboard. If a small shop (space), and your not comfortable with a tablesaw (safety), then to me, it was the way to go.
It does require a different mindset, IMHO and experience.
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