this is my circular saw - the 5377MG pictured above: 15A motor, carbide-tipped blade, 2 3/8″ cut depth at 90°, and wear-resistant hypoid gears contained in a magnesium casing. i love it. i wish i had a reliable corded drill.
Dado joints are a simple way to join wood together, but they require a precision cut to be effective. If you don’t have dado blade or table saw, you can still cut dado joints using a circular saw and a couple jigs. Tool School: The All-Mighty Circular Saw Tool School: The All-Mighty Circular Saw Tool School: The All-Mighty Circular Saw A circular saw's large blade and loud sound can be intimidating to the newbie DIYer, but… Read more Read more