Don Sheldon wrote:
A $10 handsaw is sufficient to work with plywood. Add a cheap tape measure and you're in business. Your arm might get a bit tired, but you'll be fine.
Really, the simplest and easiest way to work with plywood is to just have the nice person at the Home Despot cut it for you on the panel saw. They're supposed to charge you for extra cuts, but if you go on a non-busy weeknight they usually don't. I have plenty of tools at home, but I need plywood cut into quarters before it will fit in my car, so I do this often. -- Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans eeyore@xxxxxxxx