Corded circular saws are a dime-a-dozen at any old thrift store, yet table saws are a bit more of a costly investment — have you ever wondered if you could just make one out of a circular saw? [Matthias Wandel] did, and he just so happens to be very good at woodworking! He makes a lot of great woodworking videos to share on YouTube, and in his latest blog post, he shows us a rather elaborate way to convert a plain old circular saw, into a functional table saw.
While the concept seems simple, unless you do a lot of woodworking, you’ll probably marvel at how easily making things comes to [Matthias] — we know we did. By the end of the video he has a fully functional table saw that can raise and lower in height, and cut at different angles.
If you’re interested in making one yourself, he does a very thorough job explaining the process in his video — check it out after the break!
Does his voice sound familiar? This is the guy that brought us an extremely loud wooden air raid siren — remember that? In fact, we covered a lot of his projects, including a fascinating interview with him!