What angle do you cut sawhorse legs at?
Set your circular saw to cut at a 13-degree bevel. Cut the legs to length at a 13-degree angle. Mark each piece as you cut it.
What can I use instead of a saw horse?
Top 5 Makeshift Saw Horses You Shouldn’t Try
- 1) Milk Crates. Or other boxes.
- 2) Truck Tailgates. We see these in use on job sites all the time.
- 3) Outdoor Furniture. We’ve seen many people use their outdoor bistro tables, chairs, and just about anything else in a pinch.
- 4) “Edges”
- 5) Knee.
What is the best height for sawhorses?
Height. Most sawhorses have a preset single height of between 26 to 32 inches, which is perfect for an average-height user. Those that combine a worktop with sawhorse functions tend to be a few inches taller.