One of the most awkward operations to perform in my tiny one-man cabinet shop is crosscutting a full sheet of plywood. The outboard roller stand shown in the drawing has made this task a lot easier for me. The roller stand is essentially a sawhorse with a row of garage-door rollers mounted 3 in. on center across the length of the crossbar. I made my stand out of 2×4 stock, screwed and glued together for rigidity and braced at the top with plywood gussets. With one of these stands beside my tablesaw, I can push a sheet of plywood through a cut with little resistance.
Lewis A. Locke, Ellenburg, WA