My jig ("system" is a bit pretentious for how simple it is) is an 8' piece of 3/4" Baltic Birch ripped to 3 times the width of my circular saw shoe. Then, a routed groove for an 8' section of T track. The groove is positioned so that there is room on the left side for the saw to pass my clamps. I used JB Weld to attach the T track. A small length of the T track insert was attached to the shoe. My saw is a Skil 77 worm drive. There are holes in the shoe from the factory. I used bolts and wing nuts. A 30 second job to attach or disassemble.
The first use of the jig establishes the cut line. So, there is no need to measure any off sets.
With a nice Tenryu blade installed, I get project ready work pieces every time.
Total cost less than $100 USD.
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