In this instructable I will show you how to cut straight without a miter box. This is useful when cutting a wide piece of wood, especially without access to a table saw.

Step 1: Cut Blocks

In this step make "rough" version of the blocks:
  1. Take two square cubes.
  2. Saw them in half.
<p>Nice Ible. What kind of saw are you using in the photographs?</p>
<p>It's a Stanley 20-800 (Clamping Mitre Box)</p>
<p>Does this work well with a circular saw?</p>
<p>No, I think this would only work well for a hand saw. You might be able to use a circular saw by clamping down a thick/straight edge that you can use as a guide.</p>
<p>nice!<br>good idea!</p>
<p>That's pretty cool.</p>

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