I bought two pieces at HD, with 45 degree ends, which are fine, but I need to cut off at the other end.
I intended to follow advice I once read here about cutting a bit longer and finishing with a carbide router bit.
But I forgot that my pieces have a bull-nose front end, and a built-in splash-back. The router won't get close to an inside curve, and won't have a surface to rest on when doing the front outside curve.
I bought a 140 tooth 7 inch blade, but now I think a circular saw will have the same problem. (I wanted a fine tooth blad for my 5 1/2 inch circuar saw, but couldn't find one. Can I put a speed control on the 7 1/4 inch saw to make it cut more slowly? I have one I could use.)
Do I need to use an electric sabre saw, or a handsaw? I can clamp a piece of wood as a guide for the flat part in the middle, but I don't see how I can do a perfectly straight line for the rest.
Should I use a sabre saw with a clamped fence for the middle and a hand saw for the curved parts?
I'm so unsure. and I'd like to do this outside before it gets cold out. Only 65 degrees today.
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