Genius. I got a 4x8 sheet of half-inch plywood cut into thirds at Home Depot to end up with 3 pieces of 32x48" -- a good size to fill the empty wall in the dining room. With one-inch spacing, it gave me 32x48 pixels. I scaled down a world map to that size and posterized it to 5 colors (white + 4 shades of gray).
Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a 12″ square of 3⁄4″ Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help with more than glue-ups. Clamp a pair to a chest, above, to support the lid as you install hinges.
save on space by turning a bookcase into a desk here s how, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling, I had a piece of plywood cut to size careful to measure to the appropriate depth for comfortable leg room Then it was attached using wood glue to the the shelf Be sure you adjust the shelf to the right height
The wonders of plywood seem ultimately limited in the stance of food related products and modern aesthetics. A sheet of plywood cut to size and oiled seems to easy and ugly for a cutting board. But, using the end grain as the cutting surface seems like a crazy idea. So that is what I set out to do. There is another instructable using this same basic idea with a vine rack, but this is a bit different than that.
Created a weight caddy that simply slides out from under the couch. Made the caddy from a piece of oak plywood cut to size, and stained. Using an old leather thrift store belt, made a handle for the caddy. To help it slide easily out from under the couch, these magic sliders grace the underside of the wood.