Woodworkers naturally want to show and share what we make. If you’re at it long enough, you might even begin to think about showing and maybe even selling your creations. One practical challenge is figuring out a way to display your work. Large pieces, like furniture, can stand on their own. Smaller pieces, like boxes or spoons, are best displayed on tables. But, if you make things that need to be hung vertically, there’s no way around it: you’re going to need a wall. Here’s a plan to build portable display/show panels from sheets of plywood. If you have a large CNC, these are easy to make. If you have a small CNC you can make a pattern to help you make large panels with a router. Here’s a link to the original article on how to build them at Popular Woodworking.
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