|Forum topic by JesseTutt||posted 394 days ago||946 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
394 days ago
I am looking for a way to store plywood on its long edge leaning against the wall and on the floor. When I want to tip each sheet out to look for the one I want. I am trying to figure out how to keep the plywood tipped out so I can look at each sheet.
The previous location used to have a heavy radial arm saw setting where I can lean the plywood against the back. But the radial saw is going.
I was thinking about using one of those 1” wide band strips. I would fasten one end to the wall slightly above 4’ point. The other end would be fastened to the floor. I could pull the band strap tight to hold the ply in place, and loosen the strap and allow the plywood to swing out. The bottom of the strap would keep the plywood from sliding along the floor and ending up laying on it’s face.
Here is a sketch:
What do you think? Any better ideas?
-- Jesse, Saint Louis, Missouri