I made my own improvised table saw using an old plastic monoblock table and some available materials.

Now that you have your own table saw, you could replicate it on wood, because that plastic becomes brittle over time. <br> <br>BTW, very good work!
Thank you very much, yup I'll make one, one of these days and buy some steel plate for the top to make it even on cutting.
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you should add a plug for that electrical socket for safety... <br>good work!!
Haha. My kind of thinking. Nice.
Yeah, I love your video. Haha. <br>

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