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here's an idea, maybe instead of the horizontals, use a 5" hole saw through each level to hold garden stakes and long tools?
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I have that same crappy frame, except mine hasn't rusted.

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I did a handsaw because they're easier to do cartoony than a circular saw or something.

whatever.

DEAL WITH IT
fucking right i'mma chop all the things
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i'm thinking of doing a pattern for the steps, not just going the corners of the hypotenuse
basically alternating lengths that parallel the legs of the triangle







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mocking up the steps
thinking about dropping the middle step down about 3-4 inches

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mocking up the steps
thinking about dropping the middle step down about 3-4 inches

this is good.
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what is good, dropping the steps, leaving it where it's at?
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also, if i had another 4x4 that wasn't warped, i'd make the center upright another foot taller or so to hang the philodendron on
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what is good, dropping the steps, leaving it where it's at?
either depending on how tall your pots are. The design is good from a structural standpoint.
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also, if i had another 4x4 that wasn't warped, i'd make the center upright another foot taller or so to hang the philodendron on
dontcha hate shitty wood
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my problem is that i always buy too much, then it ends up warping in between projects

also, i think i'll leave the steps where they're at
i'm wondering how i'm gonna attach the side supports
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my problem is that i always buy too much, then it ends up warping in between projects

also, i think i'll leave the steps where they're at
i'm wondering how i'm gonna attach the side supports
if your saw can do double bevel miters, you should be ale to cut the exact angles you need then just lag bolt em on. Be sure to countersink and plug though so you dont get nasty rusty lags
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what do you mean?
i can do double-bevels, but i don't see how i'll need it
one horizontal connecting the angled side-supports and to the upright for each side

thinking about doing one-bys for the flats of the steps
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