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    Starting out with a saw -
    I make all crosscuts to a knife line.

    That provides a "ledge" for the saw plate to ride along. For ripcuts, I take a small "chip" out of the end for starters.

    Jim Tolpin provided a handy tip for rip cutting: make two parallel lines to follow, that way you can see if you're wandering.

    Lastly, there's no substitute for practice - it took me nearly 100 feet of ripcuts before I backed off and let the saw do more work.

    Pressing harder into any cut lead to rough results.
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