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Secondary Image of this Folding Board Design
© parberoo, Jun 2011
My Garage
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Secondary Image of this Folding Board taken on my machine with the bracing corrected. The view here is outside my garage with the kickboard only to be bolted to the brickwork via 4 drop in anchors.
parberoo - 10/Jun/11
Very impressive, and well designed but one question: aren't the uprights - or at least the rh one - going to project above the level of (what I'm guessing is) the sloping ceiling/roof?
Fraser - 10/Jun/11
Nah, this is actually to go outside, if I put it inside the garage then it can be fixed to the ceiling joints but would be a very severe roof :p this image only shows the garage front face with the door opening going into the garage.
parberoo - 10/Jun/11
great idea, but you'll have to think of the weight of the board and the holds. You might need to come up with some pulley divise to raise it, when you add holds it'll weigh a ton
zoobizooretta - 12/Jun/11
You're not wrong, as this stands it'd be a two man hoik up using the long legs after getting the bottom panel in place with the short ones. it'd be rough but plausible. an aluminium framed, hydralic-rammed version'd be nice but i doubt many people'd bother with that :D
parberoo - 12/Jun/11
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