It rained all weekend, keeping me from using my new planer, but I did manage to use my tools. I wanted to build a wine rack out of PVC for our basement. (the base is WOOD, I swear) so I did use my SCMS and finally broke down and used a circular saw on a piece of plywood.
I think the issue I have with the circular saw is the weight. I took that into consideration when buying it, but it still feels awkward in my hands, particularly at the end of the cut.
Here’s my first attempt at embedding a picture here, as I won’t post this as a project. The lighting is off, but the 4” pipes will fit wine bottles, the smaller ones are strictly to add an ‘artsy’ element.
Oh yes, and I did use my Sonicrafter to sand down the edges of the PVC. I have no buyers remorse about getting that tool a few years ago – it’s very handy and gets used often.
-- No, I don't want to buy the pink hammer.