Woodworkers spend so much time trying to get things square — the idea of cutting something round can leave you baffled.
It might be a circular coffee table top, or the gaping hole in a cornhole board, or the top of a waste bin for storing the hopes and dreams of your youth.
Whatever it is, your usual bag of woodworking tricks won’t cut it.
But don’t worry. Cutting perfect circles and oversized holes is actually simple. And most importantly, you can do it with the tools you already have.
I’m going to give you four ways to cut circles and holes with different tools.
Some create better results than others — but you can choose the method that best suits you.