Cutting miters can be a pain in the neck if you don't have an effective and accurate way to make them. In my opinion, using hand tools is the most precise way to achieve perfect miters but since I don't have the required tools to do it that way I decided to make a miter sled for my table saw.
Making circles is almost impossible to do freehand using a router. No matter how hard you try your radius's will never be 100% without the use of some kind of jig or guide to restrict your router from straying off course. This router circle cutting jig is exactly the solution you need for this problem and I am positive you’ll wonder how you lived without it.
Cutting down large sheets of plywood without a track saw or straight edge clamp can be difficult to accomplish. On top of that no matter how great you are with using a circular saw it is damn near impossible to cut a perfectly straight line without using some kind of an aid to ride your saw against. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create a zero clearance circular saw guide for your circular saw that is both fast to setup and accurate.