Make Straight Cuts With A Circular Saw Using A Straight Line Jig
If you're trying to make perfect, straight cuts with a circular saw and are struggling, you definitely need to build one of these straight line jigs. They take less than an hour to put together and will make your circular saw cuts more precise instantly. The zero clearance edge also helps to prevent tear out, especially on sheet goods like plywood.
The jig can be made with plywood scraps and the size can be scaled depending on the use case.
Materials Used On The Circular Saw Straight Line Jig :
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- 5" x 96" piece of ¾" plywood
- 10" by 96" piece of ¼" plywood
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Tools Used On The Circular Saw Straight Line Jig :
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Hopefully you enjoyed this simple quick tips video. I'm planning to put out more of these as the opportunities present themselves, as I think it can be helpful to go into a little more detail outside of a project video. Let me know if there are any other topics you'd like me to cover!