Question from a Breaktimer:
I am putting some cabinets together, not my usual task but am having a difficulty. I need to cut my oak plywood out with a circular saw due to space constraints in my shop. I was hoping to make my finish cuts with the pc circ saw w/carbide plywood blade. But the upcut splinters the heck out of the ply edge. My table saw doesn’t have enough clearance to cut the long sheets (I need 84″ pieces) w/o the garage door open, and it’s deep winter.
How can I make that cut decently? I thought about a board on top to stop the splintering, but then I’m afraid my cuts won’t be accurately measured off. I’m using one of those sliding aluminum 4′-8″ clampable fences.