How To Cut A 6×6 With A Circular Saw?

Circular saws are a great tool for woodworkers. In this blog post, we will show you how to cut a 6×6 with a circular saw. There are a few ways to cut a 6×6 with a circular saw. You could make a straight cut, or you could make an angled cut.

Tools we need

  • Circular saw 
  • Measuring tape 
  • Marking pencil 
  • Safety goggles

Step by Step Guide

  • Step 1: Make sure that your circular saw is set to the correct cutting depth.
  • Step 2: Cut along one of the long edges of the 6×6.
  • Step 3: Turn the 6×6 so that it is sitting on its other long edge.
  • Step 4: Cut along the other long edge of the 6×6.
  • Step 5: You’ve now cut your 6×6 into 2 pieces. Congratulations!

Tips on How to Cut A 6×6 With A Circular Saw

  • Always use safety goggles when using power tools.
  • Make sure to read and follow all safety instructions before using a circular saw.
  • Measure and mark the spot where you want to make the cut.
  • Set your circular saw blade depth at 3/4 of an inch.
  • Set the bevel angle to 45 degrees.
  • Line up your saw blade with the mark that you made earlier and start cutting.
  • Remember to always use a clamp when making angled cut

Safety Precautions

When using any type of power tool, it is important to always wear safety goggles. Safety goggles protect your eyes from debris and other objects that could fly up while you are working. Additionally, please be sure to read and follow all safety instructions before using any type of power tool.

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How to Cut a Wide Board Using a Circular Saw?

It is common practice for woodworkers to use circular saws to cut wide boards down into smaller pieces for storage and easier transport. In this blog post, we will show you how to cut a 6×6 wide board using a circular saw.

Conclusions

To cut a 6×6 with a circular saw, you will need to measure and mark the board where you want your cut. Put one end of the board on an edge against the fence of your table saw or other cutting machine so that it is as close to vertical as possible. Begin by making angled cuts from both sides at about 3 inches deep until they meet in the middle. The result should be two 4-inch wide pieces each 1 inch shorter than before. If these are too short for what you’re working on, just repeat this process again!

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