Ok, I yesterday that I was off and rocking after having completed much of a cabinet over my long weekend. However, this has been a very frustrating experience for me. As always I broke down the large plywood sheets using a clamp-on crosscut guide and a circular saw. The only problem was that this time, I could not seem to get the pieces square.
Ok, so now I have analyzed it back to the break-down of the plywood. Now I just need to know how to aviod this the next time. My largest acurate square is 6”. I need something larger and I am thinking of either a drafting T-Square (which might get in the way of the clamping mechanism, or a drywall square. Man, now I only need a little while to think.
If any of you have any secret techniques or tools to use in getting things a little more square, let me know.
-- -- Rob Hix, King George, VA