I'm building a router bit box to store all my router bits of various sizes (¼ and ½). I want to have a see-through closing lid. In order to do so, I will frame a sheet of Plexiglas (1/8" thick) in wood. I couldn't find a sheet with dimensions close to what I need, so I bought a bigger one. I now need to cut it to length. I wonder how should I do it on a table saw. I don't need a perfect cut. All four edges will be hidden by the wood frame.
I've searched a bit online and people are suggesting a high teeth count blade. I'm thinking of using a cheap circular saw blade of 7¼" with 100 teeth or so. Will that give me an appropriate cut?