Regular tables don’t survive. This has been just a pile of Kee clamps on my work bench for about a year. Oof! Burly table.
Stripped down the scaf and rigged up this bomb-proof 36″ rail in ‘da house!!!!
(Part 13 of 13 in ~ Scaf 101)
Eventually, you will want to purchase swivel clamps. They can be quite expensive. But, I found this place, which sold them to me for an unpublishably, insane, low price: https://www.associated-scaffolding.com
EIGHT. DOLLARS. I found a place which sells these online for 8 (eight, EIGHT?!) dollars each. Sure, it took forever to get here, their box exploded and FedEx apparently had to re-box and re-label it. But EIGHT dollars? So, uh, bribe me if you want to buy clamps from this site before they figure out they have these priced wrong… *scurries off to play with clamps* (This is probably like that time when that well known Scotch-selling web site based in England finally figured out that it’s illegal to ship alcohol to Pennsylvania… after I ordered from them a bunch of times :P
(Part 61 of 65 in ~ My Journey in Parkour)
Keep on keepin' on!: I've filled in the rest of the bars and this thing now needs a name. Until you've tried moving in a complex space, you won't know how supremely capable the human body is; shoulders, grip, torso, knees, feet, vision, proprioception, spacial mapping… that meat-frame your mind lives in is meant to M. O. V. E.
Put this together yesterday. Incredibly gorgeous morning to be moving… aka rapping my head on the bars first thing in the morning :P
Post pool party and cook out with family, little scaf play… “couples who scaf together, laf’ together!” Fall is my favorite season :D
Back home, stripped scaf down and building in the lawn. Rails balance, a waterfall and some random angles. Lazy parkour Saturday!
7′ pull-up bar, “water fall” bars, 7′ long clear railing, gap challenges, adjustable precision bars… my new live-bait trap for scaf-loving humans. There’s an LVPK women’s event tomorrow (Saturday)… so I’ll be investigating this beastie! Who’s in?