cutting alum tambour

I have 2 rolls of 48" X 96" tambour that I need to crosscut to about 34" sections to wrap around a large L shaped cabinet. The tambour material is 5/32" thick aluminum and each piece is 3/4" wide with a 60 degree angle cut on each piece before its glued to canvas. The cuts can be hidden with trim if they aren't presentable but I'd like to do a reasonably good job so that 50 years from now someone isn't taking it apart and wondering who hacked it up. I have a band saw, a table saw and a trusty all purpose hand held circular saw but I don't know which will be the easiest to cut the material with or what kind of blade to use. The band saw table size limits the ease of use but I could try to cut it in its rolled up form. The table saw allows the platform of the table to hold the material but the play in the tambour makes me nervous about binding and if the tablesaw makes me nervous I won't use it. (I still remember every mistake I ever made on the tablesaw even though I've been lucky enough to not have any permanent scarring.) Well, I guess I just made my own mind up. It will be the circular saw but what kind of blade should I use to cut the 5/32" aluminum? Thanks for your help. Robert Smith Jacksonville, Fl.
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First cut it on the band saw and leave it a little long. If you have a router, then you can trim it once you have it glued in place with a flush trim bit.
Otherwise clamp a guide board and use that to guide your skill saw with a sharp carbide blade. That should work just fine.
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