How To Move Maneuver And Break Down Plywood
How to move maneuver and break down plywood is post about Basics bookmarked by dan with ID 12207123448 was uploaded on 21-01-2019 and has been viewed 98,737 times.
One of the most challenging woodworking tasks is dealing with plywood and other large sheet goods.In the U.S.these are usually 4' x 8' or even a little larger for some materials.A ¾' sheet can weigh 50 pounds or more.
They are unwieldy and a challenge to move by yourself and transport.TRANSPORTING PLYWOOD If you don't have a truck, check with the place you bought the plywood and see if they can cut it down into smaller pieces.
Most of the big-box home centers will have a panel cutting saw.Or, if you have a battery powered circular saw you can cut the plywood in the parking lot using any of the techniques in this video.If you have a short bed pickup like mine, you can just load the plywood with the tailgate up.
But if you have a lot of plywood, this would be hard to load and would probably damage the tailgate.Instead, transport the load with the tailgate down.Either way, be sure to strap the boards in place.If you only have a few sheets, a block with sandpaper on the base will grip the boards and hold them in place.
LIFTING PLYWOOD BY YOURSELF The trickiest...