Join Date: Jun 2020
Location: Batavia IL (West Chicago Burb)
Find a circular saw, measure the distance from the blade to the edge of the plate the saw comes out of.
Clamp you piece down, mark out your cut line, then the distance left or right of the line that the blade offset was.
Clamp a strait board to use as a fence on the offset line.
Rinse and repeat.
One tool I would recommend getting is a plunge cut track saw for making the above process much easier and quicker.
There are very affordable options on the market, you dont need to break the bank on a Festool.
As far as making that table saw more functional for home made jigs, and sleds, just grind the notches on the mitre tracks out with a cut off wheel on a grinder.
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