|Forum topic by jmartel||posted 09-01-2016 06:06 PM||286 views||0 times favorited||0 replies|
09-01-2016 06:06 PM
I’ve sold my house and can’t bring my scrap cart with me while I live in an apartment for a bit. Some of the scrap shown will not go with it (walnut, leopardwood, curly maple, etc.) but the majority of it can go with the scrap bin. It’s got casters on the bottom so you can move it around. Holds short scraps up front and full sheets of ply in the back section. I’ll even throw in a full sheet of the Sandeply from Home Depot (normally $43ish a sheet), and whatever else of my solid wood stash that I don’t feel like bringing with me. If you want the insulation sheet that’s behind it as well that I use for breaking down ply on the floor with my track saw or circular saw, it’s yours as well.
How’s $60 sound? There’s probably at least that much in plywood to build the cart, plus casters, plus all the scrap included, and the sheet of plywood. And then you’d have to build the thing yourself. I believe there’s some walnut plywood in there, pegboard, beadboard, some clear acrylic pieces, etc.
I can help load, but you will need to bring a truck or trailer to haul it. Located in the northern end of Seattle, near Green Lake.
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