|Forum topic by crank49||posted 04-26-2010 03:08 AM||1053 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
04-26-2010 03:08 AM
Any one out there ever seen or made a table for a circular saw. I’m saving my change to get a real saw some day, like a big Griz, but I have a project right now that I need to cut some panels and rip some 2×4 material at a bevel. I have an excelent old Skil brand circular saw, bought in the 70’s for around $100. Used it to build my house. Been a foundry engineer, computer guy, equipment designer and jeweler for the last 40 years and haven’t had much time for wood working. Getting back into it now.
So what I tink I could do is basically the same thing as a router table , except size it for my Skil saw. Anyone else ever try this? Is it worth the effort? I might plan it so I could use the table for my router after I get a real table saw.
Or, would it be more logical to get a cheap benchtop type table saw for my project.
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