Plywood Carrier‏

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    ToolOfHis
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    Plywood Carrier‏

    One of the more awkward things to handle around the shop is big sheets of plywood. With my bad shoulder it’s almost impossible but with this handy device it’s a breeze. Put the plywood in the notch, pick it up with the handle and balance the top with your other hand. Now that’s a lot better than the alternative! Here’s what you’ll need:

    24″ X 16″ X 3/4″ plywood
    1″ dowel 6″ long
    1 1/2″ screws
    2 1/2″ screws
    Glue
    Cut out the two sides using the dimensions shown. It should be 24″ long with a full radius on top.

    Cut the bottom 4 1/2″ X 5 1/2″.
    Drill two 1″ holes centered 1 3/4″ down in the top of the handle.
    Glue and screw the bottom to the sides using the 1 1/2″ screws.
    Glue and screw the handle to the sides using the 2 1/2″ screws.
    That’s all there is to it. Just center your piece of plywood on the carrier and get to moving.

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