This inexpensive, homemade table saw jig will overcome the problems encountered in woodworking when you want to cut wood circles.
With this table saw jig you can cut almost perfectly round wood circles.
Illustration by MOTHER EARTH NEWS Staff
To round out the edges of the "roughed-out" circle, slide the jig forward until the stock contacts the table-saw blade, and — holding it firmly — rotate the circle slowly clockwise around the stove bolt.
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Before you begin your cut, drill a hole in the stock, fit it over the bolt at the appropriate hole in the jig, and slide the jig stock forward smoothly until it has passed completely through the blade.