Make a tall extension fence that clamps to your original fence and then tilt the blade over to 10 degrees. Use a zero clearance throat plate or the thin edge MAY fall into the opening. :yes:
If the piece is longer than your table saw at the rear, use an outfeed extension or support to keep it from tilting down after the cut is made OR during.
A featherboard in front of the blade will keep it more stable.
It can be done safely, IF you do all the above.
The only circ. saw I can think of that would do that would be a wormdrive with a swing table attachment....and I'm not sure if they go that far.
But for woodworking I think the table saw would be better.
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