Circular Saw Basics
Circular saw basics is article about Basics bookmarked by henry with ID 11850092238 was uploaded on 26-02-2019 and has been viewed 207,314 times.
A circular saw is one of the most useful hand held power tools to own and I think every shop should have one.Plus it's a great tool for making woodworking projects if you don't have a tablesaw or have a limited space.
Since it's a portable tool, you can build projects anywhere…in your driveway or patio, or even balcony.Here are some circular saw basics to get you started.Cutting plywood freehand.A circular saw is similar to a tablesaw, but instead of feeding lumber through the saw, you pass the saw through a stationary board.
Unlike a tablesaw though, it is safe to make freehand cuts with a circular saw, although you will get straighter cuts if you use a fence or guide.WHAT I RECOMMEND FOR WEEKEND WOODWORKERS My Ridgid 15 amp saw is a great deal at only $99.
It has a sturdy magnesium base and cuts accurately.Setting the bevel is simple.If that seems a bit expensive, my Ryobi 14 amp saw comes in at half the price.It cuts well, but feels flimsier.If I need to make a lot of accurate cuts, the Ridgid will do a better job, but for occasional DIY stuff around the...