To rehearse the building process fully, repeat the same process in building the other frames.
- You can make each frame on a new layer – call it “3D frame X” depending on how many frames you are using.
- For frames that run across the interior of the house, double beams are needed, as the frame needs to support weights on either side. To do this just add another identical beam in the same location on the opposite face of the post.
- When building, the bolts will need to be longer for the interior frames, as they need to go through three times the modular timber thickness.
- Stack the frames so that they are lying flat in a “pile” in the order they will be raised – think about where they will need to be stacked to do this with the least effort. They will be heavy!