Let’s face it. Cutting large sheets of plywood or MDF is never much fun. They’re heavy and awkward to handle. Not to mention that wrestling a large sheet of material on the table saw can be downright dangerous. The obvious solution is to use a circular saw to break them down into pieces of manageable size. There’s only one problem. It’s often difficult to find enough room to set up a pair of sawhorses and lay the sheet down flat on top of them. To save floor space, this guide mounts to the ...