Han (in Xns96F54B8AA65E8ikkezelf@220.127.116.11) said:
||| That's a cool design. Do the legs fold up? If not, it looks like
||| that could be an option. I need to build some more portable
||| horseys soon and I like the design.
|| Thanks, the design has worked pretty well for me. It'd be fairly
|| easy to make the single leg fold; but I haven't found a good way
|| to fold the other two.
|| A taller, short-topped version makes a fairly decent stand for some
|| bench top tools.
|| Morris Dovey
| I should be able to figure out how to design and lay out the parts
| for your horses, but I am lazy. Do you have any plans to share for
| this wonderful Morris Horse?
If you like it as you see it, the only info you need is:
 The bipod legs and top pieces are 30" long
 The front leg should be just long enough to reach the ground.
 The spreader should be cut to fit (~11" on the short side).
 All not-square angles are 10 degrees off-square.
If you'd like a detailed plan with step-by-step directions and
construction photos, I can put it together (but probably not for a
week or two). If you'd really be more comfortable with a plan to work
from, let me know.
With three legs, you can make it stand crooked - but you can't make it
DeSoto, Iowa USA