My buddy was giving me a hard time the other day for using (what he called) a “sidewinder” circular saw instead of an inline one. What’s the difference?
Take a few minutes to build this cut-off jig in your shop, and you'll take accuracy with you anywhere.
Are these circ-saws-on-steroids worth their plump price tags? We test 5 models to find out.
If your circular saw leaves the shelf only to trim deck boards or knock down sheets of plywood to rough size, you're underutilizing it. You can also use it as a joinery tool for parts too unwieldy to dado on a tablesaw.
Try your hand with a jig that delivers accuracy for left- or right-bladed saws.
This edge-guide works so well for breaking down sheet goods that I decided to dedicate a circular
Sometimes, it's easier to take the tool to the work than the other way around. For large built-in-place projects, such as a deck, a circular saw is worth its weight in gold.