Note: This post has been brought over as a legacy post from my previous blog site because it was popular.
Step 1 of the pram build is to set up the building jig for the project. Actually, truth be told, step 1 for me was to clean up my garage/workshop/storage area so that I can fit the project in. They say that cleanliness is next to godliness. If that's the case, my garage is the devils playground.
Anyways, this step is very straight forward as described in Gardner's book. I simply set up two 10 foot long 2x4, on edge on two saw horses, 22 inches apart (on the inside), squared them and secured them together with horizontal 2x4 on the underside. I also fastened them directly to the saw horses to keep them in place during the build.
Time spent (not including 3 hours of cleaning time!): 1/2 hour
I hope it all comes together as quickly as this!
Once the jig was built I marked the station lines on the jig and squared them across both sides.
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