Next up was preparing the framing table for lofting our frames. I set up a straight edge along the base of the table with some scrap plywood in order to have a clean edge to catch my tape measures. I joined each edge of the plywood so it was perfectly straight and then cut a parallel edge on the table saw. I also used more scrap plywood on each side of the table, perpendicular to the base line. These will act as clean, straight edges to hook my chalk line to. Again, I joined one side and cut a parallel edge on the table saw. I was careful to ensure the side pieces were exactly 90 degrees to the base line.
I then went ahead and laid out half of station 26 using the table of off-sets. If you click on the picture above you can see the lines that I laid out. I'll get into the specifics of laying out the frames next time. If you want a sneak peek of that process you can check out season 1, episode 7 on our YouTube channel that will be online Saturday March 4, 2017.
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