For us cheap guys....
I don't know about everyone else, but I don't need a 100% dead on cut, just close. Right now at least, I want everything I cut just a shade oversize, because it will be used with a master and routed to exact size. This would be easier for me to use, and plenty accurate, over anything I've seen, or come up with. So this design is what I'm going for. Not going the one size fits all route tho, going to make at least two lengths, possibly three. A hole on the end will allow hanging on the wall, out of the way. I love K.I.S.S. And, if you wanted to get fancy, I'll bet you could make versions that would cut angles. Now just waiting to see if Woodpecker will come up with a $300 version.This certainly is a cost effective method but I'm wondering how good the cut edge would be. I guess that really depends on the quality and condition of the blade or is this not a concern and just rough sizing to make final cuts on the table saw? BTW, my wife says there's nothing cheap about me when it comes to tools.....