This photo is from 1972. It shows me using a table saw I made with an electric handsaw, also known as a circular saw.
Some will say, "Why bother?" since you can now buy an inexpensive table saw for the same amount of money. True, but the adaptation shown here allows the user to remove the saw from the table at any time and rip panels or frame houses, and then return the saw to its table precisely aligned and ready to do close fitting work. You cannot enjoy that dual purpose usage with an inexpensive commercial table saw.
This Instructable differs from similar Instructables because it offers that precise mechanism for automatically and exactly aligning the saw each time it is returned to its table. Details of this are in Step 16.
If you want yet another alternative for making your circular saw an accurate woodworking machine, see my earlier Instructable Get More from Your Circular Saw
. Also, after 40 years I built another conversion of an electric handsaw to a table saw. You can see it here