I have sold my table saw a few years ago because it was a loud beast and I was afraid of getting complaints from neighbors and also… I have a lot of respect for a table saw and saw myself with half a thumb down the road eventually because of one unintentional move.
So I stuck with circular saw jigs and a Hitachi saw with “silent mode”. But The jigs were the ones you see on youtube with either aluminum angles to slide the saw on or a wood slide over the cross cut. I always found it difficult to use those because the aluminum profiles bend and the wood has too much resistance - even with Teflon tape.
But then I thought of the LR2 sled for the router and the corner mounts of the old MPCNC… I got it half way done and should be done by this weekend. Essentially a circular saw cross cut jig sliding on a LR2 like X-axis mounted by MPCNC clamps. The PPCCJ (partially printed cross cut jig
Expect pictures soon