Awhile ago JOAT posted this link to a quickie panel cutting table:
Or maybe this one:
I can't remember now.
I'd seen that idea before, but now I was getting ready to cut up a whole
lot of half-inch plywood and drywall so I figured the price might be
Should have built this thing years ago. It works great, stores with the
sheet goods, and doubles as a work surface. 13 bucks and change for the
legs, about 7 bucks for the cheapest two by fours in the yard. Half an
A sheet of half-inch plywood I just throw on the table, 3/4 ply I do that
tip, lean, and lift trick. With a couple good plywood straightedges and
this Makita saw, which I must say was really easy to tune up nice and
straight, cutting any length and size of plywood is no longer a chore to
set up nor a pain in my lower backside, and the only time it's the wrong
size is when I measure wrong. I really have to do something about that.
But I can't blame the tools.
When I get this much use out of twenty bucks and a few hours, I have to
say something. Now I have, and I feel better.