With a combination of getting old, arthritis, and a back that I seem to abuse to often, I'm thinking of using some sort of hoist to get 4x8 sheets of plywood from the mobile rack I made, to the table to cut them on.
I'm thinking a cheap light duty manual hoist would work as the plywood I think maxed at about a 100#, but wondering what I can use to attach to the plywood to lift it with?
I'm thinking there must be some kind of cam actuated clamp that locks on by friction and releases fairly easy?
Also it might work to move heavier projects maybe.
Al...who's having a getting old sucks kinda day....