Circle saw Cut-off Jig

   I made this jig to help in making straight, precise cuts with my circular saw.  The jig is just a base with a small wooden strip across it which acts as a fence for the saw.  The base is purposely too wide to begin with and then trimmed to the correct size by running the saw against the fence the first time.  After that, wherever you put the edge of the jig is exactly where you know the saw is going to cut.  You simply place the edge of the jig along your cut line, and clamp the jig in place.

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