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Project by canadianwoodtick posted 1320 days ago 6342 views 23 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I made these saw horses out of half inch baltic birch. They are very strong and very light. I used strap hinges at the top of the saw horse, with T nuts. At the bottom of the saw horse, I used electrical fixture chain with quarter inch carriage bolts, to secure the chains. They are very easy to store. THANKS GREG.

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#1 posted 1320 days ago

Nifty and space saving.

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#2 posted 1320 days ago

Beautiful pieces

Simple and effective

Thanks for sharing

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#3 posted 1318 days ago

Those look really nice. Where might one obtain plans for such saw horses?

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#4 posted 1318 days ago

Greg, those folding saw horses look very good. I’ve got something similar, just out of 2×4 and 1×4. Though I’d suggest you find a way to set a 2×4 (sacrificial) on top of them. It helps a lot.

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#5 posted 192 days ago

These are just what I’ve been looking for! I don’t need some to hold 1000 lbs, just a sheet of plywood or my larger projects. I might use this when I build my infeed and outfeed tables. They look great and fold flat, what’s not to like?



-- All this sawdust.......wait........ what happened to my board???

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