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    Cutting angled pieces with a circular saw tutorial

    So several people have asked me lately how to cut good tight fitting angled pieces without a table saw. Here's the method i use, all you need is the circular saw and a device to transfer the angle.


    First, i like to draw a full scale model so i can see the actual finished pattern. This is where i get all my measurements from instead of using math to figure it out.

    So this is from the buyer of one of the builds i'm currently engaged in




    So i make my full scale drawing, and then cut out the end piece and use that as a template to make 3 more pieces just like it using my router and flush trim bit.




    Using the end piece, i take my angle gauge to get the exact form




    I now transfer the angle to my circular saw (unplug the saw during this step)





    And if everything works as it should, you will get a very nice tight fit




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    Re: Cutting angled pieces with a circular saw tutorial

    btw...the device used to transfer the angle can be bought at any Lowe's, Home Depot, Menard's or the like for around $5



    Quote Originally Posted by chase007 View Post
    if u need a box...I'l taked 3 years of shop class so i know what im doing.

    after i explained to him there's more to a proper box than boards and glue and he should practice before trying to sell boxes to others

    Quote Originally Posted by chase007 View Post
    yes personaly if it was some one elce that just starting making boxes but i'v taken shop for 3 years now...Making a lil box is nothing i don't need to pratice on a box to get it right i learned alot of stuff from 1 box and i can fix that in my next box
    after i told him that customers would care about the looks of the box

    Quote Originally Posted by chase007 View Post
    if u want some thing that looks pretty why don't u find a black guy with a big d*ck.

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