PITTSBURGH, Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "I wanted to be able to cut larger pieces, such as sheets of plywood, without having to ask someone else for assistance," said an inventor from Springfield, Mo. "I came up with this sawhorse accessory to secure the material I was cutting so that I could get the job done by myself."
He created a prototype for the SAW HORSE SADDLE to attach to a sawhorse to support a larger sheet of material. The device ensures that the material is secure and stable. This makes it easier to cut a large sheet of material by oneself. It thereby eliminates the need to ask for help with cutting the material. It also saves time and effort. Furthermore, the accessory is designed to enhance personal safety.
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