Taunton press, Fine homebuilding issue # 1 page 22 had an article on
this exact subject. It is out of print but perhaps you can find it in
a library somewhere.
On Fri, 15 Aug 2003 17:21:09 +0100, "Nick Bratby"
Lowe's has a 10" Delta with stand for $100. Not the most wonderful
table saw, but should beat anything you can rig up using a hand
circular saw, and probably not much more expensive than the materials
you would need.
I've tried circular saw tables, and they are hard to use, hard to set
up, and I have had better luck getting accurate cuts just using a
circular saw as it was intended to be used.
Before I'd go that route again, I'd scour the classifieds for a used
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I bought the $100 delta. Good deal and works ok for me. I bought it for the
stand as well. I wish the stand was bigger though. That small table makes it
hard to cut long things. My next purchase is a radial arm saw.
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