Circular Saw Crosscut and Router Jig ─ DIY Creators

I recently got my hands on a new circular saw, so I made a crosscut jig to get the most out of it. This is the third time I've built one and it's super handy to have in the shop. I think this is the best one so far.

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---------------------------Materials Used-------------------
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(1)- 36in Blue T-track
(1)- Hold Down clamp
Best Value get the - Kit
1 - Plywood base (Base)
1- 1 by 2 select pine (attachment)
1- 1 by 3 for the riser (can use plywood)
---------------------------- Tools Used----------------------
Tools From Home Depot:
- Battery Power Dewalt Circular Saw
- RIDGID- Octane Brushless Reciprocating
- Milwaukee M18 Cordless
- Husky Mechanics Tool Set
- Impact GOLD #2 Phillips
- Router
- Chisel
- T- Square -
- Jaw horse Vice -
- Flush cut saw -
- 2 in 1 Drill -
- Countersink bit -
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Camera - Nikon D5500 -
Mic to record to computer -
Mic to Record to the Camera
SD Card
Camera Slider

Adobe Premiere (Video Edit)
Adobe Photoshop (Photoshop)
Sketchup (3D Modeling software)

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