How To Handle And Break Down Plywood
How to handle and break down plywood is article about Woodworking 101 bookmarked by raul with ID 11465435115 was uploaded on 23-02-2019 and has been viewed 306,436 times.
Do you enjoy working with plywood as much as I do? It really does have a ton of applications, and can be used for all kinds of projects.But mostly, I just love how it's really heavy… And it's so awkward to carry too! Was that sarcasm you're wondering? Yes.
Yes it was.Although very useful, plywood is heavy, and that part sucks.While you could just stick with the 4′ x 4′ half-sheets from Menards or Lowes, that just won't always work.Sometimes, you need a full 4′ x 8′ sheet of plywood.
No way around it.So I wanted to write this article to give you the tricks I've picked up over time for better handling full sheets of heavy plywood.Follow the tips on this page, and you'll be ready handle heavy plywood, without all the back ache.
Carrying Plywood In case you haven't gathered this already, plywood is heavy.When you're carrying it by yourself, have one hand down low, and have the board leaning against you with the other hand on the other edge, up high.
Using a carrying hook like this one really helps.Seriously.I only need it for carrying the plywood from my trailer to my garage, but I use it everytime.Position the hook in...