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Fold-Down Cutting Rack Wheeling WV

There was no room in my basement shop to cut full sheets of plywood. I always had to have the home center guy cut it down to size with his panel saw. What a hassle. I wanted my own panel saw, but I knew there was simply no room in my shop or budget.

Lowe's
(304) 238-2000
2801 Chapline Street
Wheeling, WV
Hours
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Lou W Nau, Inc
(304) 242-6311
69 Edgington Lane
Wheeling, WV
 
Al Lorenzi Building Products
(740) 635-9000
54382 National Road
Bridgeport, OH
 
Mcnear True Value Hardware
(740) 676-9579
4113 Central Ave
Shadyside, OH
 
Ked's Ace Hardware
(304) 845-1400
134 Lafayette Ave
Moundsville, WV
 
Nau Do it Best Hardware
(304) 242-7444
1066 E Bethlehem Blvd
Wheeling, WV
 
Ace Hardware
(304) 230-0000
1239 Warwood Ave
Wheeling, WV
 
Ferry Hardware
(740) 633-3053
6 S Zane Highway
Martins Ferry, OH
 
Mt. Pleasant Building Products
(740) 769-2606
St.rt. 150
Mount Pleasant, OH
 
LOWE'S OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH.
740 699-3000
50421 VALLEY PLAZA DR SAINT CLAIRSVILLE, OH, 43950
Saint Clairsville, OH
 

Fold-Down Cutting Rack

Fold-Down Cutting Rack

There was no room in my basement shop to cut full sheets of plywood. I always had to have the home center guy cut it down to size with his panel saw. What a hassle. I wanted my own panel saw, but I knew there was simply no room in my shop or budget. Then I came up with the solution: a lightweight, fold-down rack that stores up and out of the way on my shop ceiling.

When I’ve got sheet stock to cut, I fold down the rack and set the plywood on support blocks. Then I clamp on a straightedge as a saw guide. With my circular saw blade set to cut 1/8 in. deeper than the stock, I’m ready to go. For narrower sheets, I use the flip-out blocks in the middle of the rack. 

The lightweight rack swings up for easy storage. A single 2x4 catch temporarily holds the rack in place. Two lengths of chain and a hook safely secure the rack over head. 

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