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By David Thiel
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From the April 2004 issue #140
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While woodworkers usually don’t consider a circular saw to be a refined tool, they still own one and use it. Why? Because plywood is sold in 48″ x 96″ sheets. And unless your shop is large and well-equipped, these sheets are hard to maneuver. A circular saw is a reasonable tool to reduce the size of these sheets, but the cuts aren’t as accurate or neat as woodworkers would prefer. That’s where this guide system comes into play.

From the April 2004 issue #140
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