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Functional Roll Back pt 1
Topic Started: Jan 19 2007, 07:01 PM (913 Views)
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You will need the following supplies:

1/4" H-columns
.080x.188 strips
.187x.312 rectangular tubing
3/16" round tubing
3/16" square tubing
CA glue
Slow setting glue
Clamps
Ruler
Razor saw
Sanding stick
Sanding paper
Marker
Hobby Knife

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Making The Frame

You will need to cut two (2) pieces of H-columns 8 1/2" long, and four (4) pieces of .080 strips 3 1/2" long. Cut a 45 degree angle at one end of the H-columns.
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Glue one strip at both ends of the H-columns making sure to keep the strips square to the H-columns. Mark the H-columns 2 3/4" and 5 1/2", this is where the other 2 strips go.

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This completes the base frame of the bed.

Making The Deck

Now you will need to cut a 8 17/32"x3 17/32" piece of .030 sheet plastic. The over sized piece makes for easier attachment and can be sanded in finial assembly.
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I found it easier to sand surface of the deck now rather then waiting after it is attached to the frame. Using a slow setting glue, attach the deck to the frame with some clamp. Set it aside to dry.
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Go tp part two.
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