Cutting Platform & Sheet Goods Mover

from the WOOD Store

Sheet goods often present a real challenge when it comes to cutting them down into project-sized pieces. Even if you have the room in your shop to maneuver a full sheet of plywood, singlehandedly balancing it on your tablesaw while cutting it can prove impossible.

Few shop chores rival the awkwardness of moving large sheet goods by yourself. And it's nigh on impossible to get them up on sawhorses without help (or the horses skittering across the floor). You'll never again have to cajole reluctant family members into helping if you use this system, designed by WOOD' magazine reader Jim Forney.

Platform measures aproximately 94"x36".Mover measures aproximately 26" tall.

Featured in
WOOD Issue 130, February 2001

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