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It can be done but it may not be as clean as you would want. As I posted in the joint section of the instructable, use some scrap pieces and do a test run. Good luck and thanks for the nice comment.
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Your table looks great. Sometimes you have to work with what you have. The circular saw is a little tougher for this project but it looks like you have a nice result. The walnut top is awesome. You made it fit perfectly in the wall space also. Thanks for sharing.
When I set up the saw, I used a couple of scrap piece's to test and get it just right. If your saw is cutting off a bit, you may need to adjust it. A nice sharp blade will produce better results also. You may also try to make your cuts in 2 passes. Rough them out first then do a finish pass. Take your time and as you make passes, be sure to hold the work piece firm to the table. Keep your saw clear of saw dust. Keep after it! Once you figure it out, you will be glad you did. Good luck.
Also, If you will notice in the picture of me making the cuts, I am on the back side of the table saw. I felt like I had more control and could see the work better. Stay focused on the blade and please be careful while doing this.
It looks great! I really enjoy the fact that people like yourself are making this table. Thank you for the nice comment.
I will be sure to make some changes about the amount of screws. Your desk looks great! You still have the option to paint or stain the legs and rails for a more finished look. Thanks for the nice comment. ****Greg****
I will be sure to make some changes about where to use the different length screws. Your desk looks great! You still have the option to paint or stain the legs and rails for a more finished look. Thanks for the nice comment. ****Greg****
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