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Hoisting heavy sheets of plywood and MDF onto my tablesaw is not my idea of workshop fun. That’s why I devised this pivoting rack— and began storing my sheet stock vertically.

The rack’s frame fits around the two base uprights and pivots on bolts. A cleat at the bottom keeps the sheet from sliding off.

After installing a sheet on the rack, I simply tip it down toward the saw. A horizontal stop with adjustable feet holds the rack at tablesaw height. The feet are oriented upside down, so they thread into the top of the stop. –Miles Clay

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  • Harry Hollaway

    June 13th.

    Regarding the article Plywood Tipper, June 10th, I am wondering if there is any way I can reach this person. I note he has a General table saw, I also have one. Unfortunately I am in the process of canableizing it because of a belt that tips the blade is no longer made. Maybe he has a newer setup I could copy?


    Harry Hollaway

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