This panel cutting jig is just the ticket for holding and cutting large sheet goods such as plywood. This allows you to work off the ground and cut panels safely when working by yourself because the cut-offs are supported and don't cause stress on the rest of the work or fall off while you are working.
This simple jig is very easy to build and it takes little time to do it. You can change the dimensions easily to suit your needs, and it's also handy as a paint rack and assembly table. It's very light, so it's easy to move around and store when not needed.
Free Plans in pdf format: Go to this link Projects • Paul Bennett's Downeast Thunder Creations
and scroll down the page until you get to "Workshop Fixture Plans." You'll see hyperlinks to various items including the panel cutting jig - there are two sheets of plans for the panel cutting jig.