Podcast #38: Tips for Working with Plywood

Ready for a kitchen remodel complete with all-new cabinets? Finally building that entertainment center? Or are you just wondering how to cut a sheet of plywood down to size on your table saw? Then this seminar is for you.

There is no doubt that working with plywood can be a challenge. According to Dave Stone, a full sheet of 3/4″ hardwood plywood can weigh anywhere from 60 to 100 pounds. And the last thing you want to do is drop it on a corner or have excessive chip out when you cut a piece down to size.

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5 Responses to “Podcast #38: Tips for Working with Plywood”

cw said,

Lots of great information. I enjoyed the video. But I do have a tip. PLEASE color the edge or end of a piece that you show on camera. It is almost impossible to see the profile of a router cut, saw angle, or what ever you show. These screens over the internet are small. Use a Sharpie, or crayon if you have to. something that can be seen.

Chuck Wideen said,

I enjoyed the podcast. There was a lot of good information I didn’t know as well a great refresher of information that I knew but had forgotten. I would recommend the podcast for everyone working with plywood as we all can use a little refresher at times.

Earl said,

Good presentation, but the viewing size of the video was too small, therfore hard to see details.

Carmen said,

Great podcast, as usual. I’ve relished all of them. However, since the last plywood tips podcast video from November of last year, there have been no more video posts. Will you continue these sometime soon?

Hank Campbell said,

To see a Larger Screen, Download the MP4 File. Go Online and Download a Free Program named VLC. The Podcast will be Larger and you’ll be able to go forward and backwards in the Podcast.