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Old February 28, 2016   #56
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Originally Posted by Worth1 View Post
The first one for sure with me it just took a little more figuring and cutting as I needed to know what the sides of the octagon would be.
But the calculator above helps a bunch for projects like this.
And I must add you have to get your fingers really close to the blade with any of this.
This one I am going to hang the octagon up with a string and put the legs on from a ladder.

Worth, just assemble it upside down, turn it over and stand it up, sure safer than climbing a ladder. I always find a way around climbing on a ladder.
You cant do it upside down by yourself.
The angle of the wood is wrong.
I tried you need three hands.

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