If you are a beginner, these help you while cutting anything with a circular saw. These short tips keep in your mind as you understand how to use a circular saw.
- Do not clamp both sides of the cut.
- Make the cuts with the best side facing down, as you may not know a circular saw can splinter the wood on the top side.
- For better efficiency and safety, always set the blade of saw depth no more than 1/4 inch below the thickness of the boards.
- Before cutting the material, you cut the line via a marker or any dark thing which specifies the line that can reduce the splintering.
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Adan grew up in farmland and learned many things at an earlier age and works in more than 6+ places with different works to gain experience in multiple fields. Currently doing shop projects.
Adan loves to share experiences to build more creativity in your mind.