I have a confession. I own a tablesaw, but I dread ripping plywood.
Why? Well, part of the problem is I’m short, and wrestling up a sheet of plywood on to the tablesaw deck is very challenging. Then trying to keep it straight, while pushing the plywood through … it is a dreaded task.
When a sheet of plywood weights 80 pounds and a saw weighs 2 pounds, what’s smarter: Moving the plywood or moving the saw?
So I came up with a jig that is custom made for my circular saw foot – so now all I have to do is clamp and cut! It cross cuts and rips with ease!
Watch: Video Tutorial of Using My Plywood Rip Jig