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#1 posted 05-01-2017 01:41 AM

Brodimus_Max,

The easiest and fastest solution could be a sheet of ¾” MDF cut to 3’ x 6’. The MDF could be set atop your work bench or on a pair of saw horses when needed and leaned against the wall when not needed.

If more support of the MDF is desired, a 1” x poplar frame could be built with interlocking half lap joints cut into the edges of the poplar. The frame could be set on the workbench or saw horses and the MDF overlaid on the frame. When not needed the MDF could be stowed and the half lap jointed frame disassembled. If a 3’ x 6’ MDF panel is too large, it could be cut down and the several smaller sections of MDF could be laid atop the frame.


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