Start out by measuring and cutting all of your stock according to the cutting list and set it apart. The leg tapers to 3-1/2″ at the base. Repeat for all the legs and cut away.
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The legs combine the key stretchers at 75°. This trimming is best made using a circular saw. Mark your lines, then clamp the inventory on cut and edge. Flip the inventory over to another border and make the cut.
Time for a few meetings. On the primary stretcher indicate a lineup 1-1/2″ from each end. Here is the outer surface of this leg best saw horse. Make another mark in from 1 edge 1″. Here is the surface of the leg. Do this to every leg on the two stretchers.
Apply some glue into the side of their leg and then place on the marks you made on the stretcher.
Position the 3/8″ plywood braces on the exterior surface of their legs butting to the bottom face of the most important stretcher. Scribe the angle on the straps with your pen and cut. Apply some glue to the surface of the thighs and fasten the straps with 6 screwsinto every leg.
Now draw two lines down the length of every top measure, offset 3/4″ out of the center. Countersink 5 holes, 3/4″ deep in every measure. Alternate the holes on each side of the center. Position the top of the stretcher flush with the endings.
Finally fasten the decrease measure midway up the leg with screws & glue.
That is all there’s to it. These observed horses will readily take the load of a lift of studs or plywood. Plus the create an excellent scaffold. Space roughly 8′ apart and fasten a two x 10 involving them.