Bestselling Circular Saw Accessories in 2020
Milescraft 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and Jig Saws
Kreg KMA2685 Circular Saw Guide
- Make rip cuts and crosscuts up to 24" wide
- Cut multiple pieces to the same size with just one setup
- Use the oversize edge guide for precise control throughout the cut
- Eliminate need for marking, measuring, and layout lines
- Take your saw to the material instead of having to take your material to the saw
E. Emerson Tool Co. C50 50-Inch All-In-One Contractor Straight Edge Clamping Tool Guide
- STRAIGHT EDGE - E. Emerson's Contractor Series self-clamping straight edge patented design has integral tubes running the length of the wide body construction, making it ultra rigid and light to handle.
- NO C-CLAMPING - No more C-clamping. Achieve that truly straight cut using this self-clamping straight edge to guide your tools.
- EXTRA WIDE - This self clamping straight edge is extra wide for exceptional rigidity and has a low profile for obstruction-free cuts.
- FLAT TOP - The extra low profile and flat top makes it easier for all circular saw or router straight cuts.
- CONTRACTOR SERIES - Please note: recessed tracks accept Contractor Series Saw Plate, Router Plate, and Stop Block. But it will not work with A, Twin, or Ultra Series accessories.
Kreg KMA2675 Kreg Rip-Cut
- Connects to most circular saws-right or left blade
- Reversible Guide Arm for Right or Left Hand Use
- Rips cuts from 1/8-Inch to 24-Inch wide
- No measuring, marking, and no chalk lines
- 100-Percent Guide support through entire cut
DEWALT DW3278 Circular Saw Rip Fence
- Rip fence for use with most DEWALT circular saws
- Provides smooth, precise results
- simple to fasten and designate distance from blade to fence
- Easy attaching by inserting through slots at front of shoe and tightening screw
- Ruggedly crafted from all metal for long life
Kreg KMA2600 Square-Cut
- Switch back and forth between any circular or jig saw
- Adjustable arm requires no trimming
- Supports work pieces up to 12-Inch wide
- Low-profile design won't interfere with saw
- Built-in roof pitch scale for cutting siding
Keter Folding Compact Workbench Sawhorse Work Table with Clamps 1000 lb Capacity
- Work surface holds up to 1000 lbs.
- Includes 2-12 in. Clamps
- Portable work station
- Unique quick opening system Device
- Product dimensions (W X D X H): 85.0 X 55.0 X 75.5cms
7PCS HSS Circular Saw Blade Set for Dremel Fordom Tool 1/8" Rotary Multi-Tool Shank Attachment
Bora 542007 Rip Guide for Bora Saw Plate 542006. The Circular Saw Guide Rail that Produces Straight Cuts up to 24”
Hitachi 302691 Rip Fence for C7SB2, C7ST, C7BMR, C7SB, C7BD, and C8 Circular Saws
- Fits Hitachi circular saw models 7SB, C7BD, C7SBD, C7SBYA, C7SB2, C7SBSC and C8
- A parallel guide
- Includes the wing bolt - nothing else is needed
- Easy to use
- Comes with a 30-day limited warranty
Ridgid ZRR3205 15 Amp 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw (Certified Refurbished)
- This Certified Refurbished product is tested & certified by Ridgid to look and work like-new. The product includes all original accessories, and is backed by a 1 Year warranty.
- Heavy gauge aluminum base is engineered for improved durability on the jobsite
- 0 - 56 degree bevel detent system allows positive stops at 6 common cut angles for quick adjustments
- Full length, front and rear kerf indicators for added cutting precision
- Integrated sightline blower helps to clear cut line for improved visibility
Bora 542006 WTX Saw Plate – The Easy to Use Saw Sled / Circular Saw Guide That Ensures Straight, Precise Cuts. Easily Rip Plywood or Other Sheet Material to Your Exact Specifications and Measurements
Dremel US40-03 Ultra-Saw Tool Kit with 5 Accessories and 1 Attachment
Five Advantages of Chainsaw Mills
You can use a band saw, chainsaw, or circular saw as part of a portable mill. Chainsaw mills have numerous advantages when compared to the other types. This article will...
One of the main advantages of chainsaw mills is their portability. Some areas can't be accessed with a bandsaw mill. You may also not have a tractor to carry the log to the main. Chainsaw mills have the advantage of being able to be rolled into these inaccessible areas.
Another advantage of chainsaw mills is their cost. A bandsaw mill will usually cost you at least $3,500. A circular sawmill will cost even more, starting at $30,000. Chainsaw mills are very inexpensive compared to these two. They will only cost you a few hundred dollars.
Size is also one of the advantages of chainsaw mills. These mills have various widths available that allow for easy customization of the cut. Chainsaw mills are capable of cutting larger-sized logs than most bandsaw mills are capable of cutting. Some mills can even cut up to 34 inches.
One of the final advantages of chainsaw mills is that you don't have to worry so much about nails in the wood. You may encounter a nail when you're cutting a log. That nail will likely destroy the blade of a bandsaw, so you'd have to buy another blade. Chainsaw mills will go right through the nail, although you may have to sharpen the blade soon afterwards.
You may be required to cut a lot of knotty wood with your mill. If you use a bandsaw mill, the blade will have a tendency to ride up when it approaches a knot. Therefore, you will have to spend more time preparing the wood because knotty wood needs a lot of planing before being run through a bandsaw mill. Chainsaw mills will cut right through knots so you don't have to do that extra work.
These are some of the advantages of using chainsaw mills over the other types. These mills are more portable, so You will be able to reach areas that you can't reach with a bandsaw mill. Chainsaw mills are also less expensive than the other types, only costing a few hundred dollars as opposed to spending thousands of dollars for a portable mill.