Sliding Carriage Panel Saw
It's the hassle-free way to cut plywood. And it has features that will save you time and money.
An easy way to break down sheets of plywood is on a panel saw. The trouble is, these saws can cost a thousand dollars or more, and most panel saws take up a lot of wall space. But this panel saw solves both of these problems. First of all, you'll save a lot of money by building the saw yourself. And second, once the sheet of plywood is in place, it never moves. Instead, a sliding carriage guides the circular saw so you can make both rip and crosscuts accurately.
What you get:
- 13 pages of step-by-step instructions
- More than 50 full-color photos, illustrations and exploded views
- Shop tips & techniques
- Project supply sources
- Materials list
No metric version of this plan is currently available.
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