The easiest way to breakdown plywood and other sheet goods is with a “track saw”. No I’m not talking about the ones sold by Festool & DeWALT that cost as much as a contractors saw. I’m talking about the ones that cost nothing because they are made from scrap. Pictured below is the one I’m using to rough cut the panels of my router table to size. It’s made from 1/4″ Russian birch plywood, & a SYP 2×4. The only step in making one that is remotely difficult is jointing the edge of the 2×4.
January 3, 2010 0 Comments
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