Homemade Panel Saw From Pipes And Castors — Every Workshop Should Have One!

Panel saws are great for cutting up big 8 x 4 sheets of plywood or chipboard or mdf or whatever. They cost thousands to buy though, so I made this one a few years ago now and it cost maybe 40 euros plus the skil saw that I can still use separately if I want to. It is brilliant! I use it often and it has to be one of the most useful tools I have. The long spring is just to keep the electric flex out of the way.

If you think this might be useful to others please like and share. Thank you!

22 Comments

  1. Great video and awesome how to’s, thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

  2. When you did your little spins with the panel lifter I had an epiphany, you and 19 other panel lifters on stage doing a ballet, YW.

  3. WayOutWest Blowinblog

    Coming soon – Plywood, the musical!!

  4. high-tech counter balance is killing me πŸ™‚ waaaw love it

  5. Love the video, thanks

  6. That is an awesome YouTube! You’ve made it, posted it and now I’m able to make my own with parts I have and a limited amount of “out of pocket money” mainly for the Casters. Thank you Sir.

  7. parabΓ©ns! uma coisa simples, mas muito ΓΊtil!!!

  8. I’m definitely making this. Awesome.

  9. love it

  10. Very good

  11. Superb
    Sir, I salute you!

  12. Very slick.

  13. that’s some serious red neck engineering!! I love it!!

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  15. Best completely homemade I’ve seen. Thank you so much for putting this out there.
    I hope to make something similar.

  16. superbe idΓ©e bravo simple et efficace

  17. This is fantastic…any one got any plans and measurements for this ?

  18. WayOutWest Blowinblog

    Thanks, Mark. No plans – I just went with what I had. I suggest you find some pipe that won’t bend, and go from there.. Good luck.

  19. Slick! Thanks for sharing.

  20. He’s in tthe West of Ireland which makes him a culchie rather than a redneck. πŸ™‚

  21. love the pencil holder ……………..

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