I have 64 rebar cages to build and am thinking about cutting some "T" shapes thick enough for a piece of 3/4 plywood to go thru. "T's" would be alternating offset of the center on a strip of 3/4 plywood that would still be able to come out of some rebar cages I need to build. The "T's" would receive another piece of plywood thinner than the top of the "T" thru the top of the "T's" with some 90 degree attached brackets that would fit thru the bottom part of the "T's." The top of the flat plywood would hold the loop, then drop to the next hole for the next loop. Anybody out there ever build a plywood jig for tying rebar cages? Can I save time by not having to measure or mark any of the rebar that is being made into cages?
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