I frequently buy full sheets of particle board and Baltic birch plywood and then cut them down on my table saw. Has anyone done the math to find the most efficient size to avoid wastage?
This is for a Basic GF. I have been cutting sheets to 12" by 20" but obviously ended up with the same wastage I get with proofgrade. Given the size of the crumb tray and the uncut margins of the GF, there must be a mathematically derived nearly perfect size.