Big Foot Tools advertises itself as a tool manufacturing company that is anything but average. Since the company’s founder worked as a framer and carpenter for nearly three decades, Big Foot Tools uses the motto “Made by a framer for framers.” To say their saws are useful tools for framers on the job site is an understatement.
Today we will be taking a look at Big Foot Tools’ 10-1/4 inch Worm Drive Circular Saw. This is the same saw that popularized the Big Foot Tools brand. The heavy duty saw was designed with professional tradesmen in mind. They wanted a circular saw that could make cuts in one precise pass.
The elegance of a reciprocal roof, where each rafter is supported by the previous, creating a beautiful, self-supporting structure, is undeniable. The challenge is in calculating the angle of the roof, and author Daniel Siepman addresses in clear and simple terms in his post, “Simple calculations on a reciprocal roof.”
The plans for the beautiful Rocky Gap Cabin encompass 4,081 square feet, which includes the 903 square feet of covered and uncovered deck space and entry porch. Interior heated and cooled space is just over 3000 square feet. This two-story …