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    As simple as it gets. I try to make the most out of what I have. I know very little, and I'm learning everything slowly.

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  1. I have a floor transition. The store bought options just aren't ideal. I have some oak I recently acquired. I simply need to cut it to size and angle. I need to rip a 20mm (4/5") board on edge at about a 20 degree angle. The board is about 127mm (5") wide and about 1345mm (53") long. I found this video (useful to watch 7:65 to about 11:50). But I don't have his skill set, or his confidence. I also don't have a table saw. I also found this video (useful from 1:00 to 1:30, or the full 2:24 video). I could make a similar jig; but the wood I need to cut is thinner and taller than his 2x4, and I'm cutting at an angle. I recently used my homemade straight edge jig and my circular saw to rip some oak at a 45 degree angles (came out awesome), but that wasn't on the edge of the wood. My circular saw maxes out at something like 56 degrees. To cut flat I'd need ~160 degrees. I'm looking for some other solutions.