And finally I did a bit more tweaking and have what I think I will build. This is a folding frame that has wheels on it to make it easier to move in and out of my garage and use as little space as possible while stored. I’ll probably add a large whiteboard to the back legs. I will put rope or chains between the front and back legs to limit how far it opens (and thereby adjusting it’s angle)
This is the easiest to build as it has nothing other than 2x material cut to length (except the sled and brick holders) I ordered a LVL beam from my local lumber yard for $35, so the top beam will be nice and stiff.
I don’t really know what I am talking about but the folding LVL beam design looks awesome. The ability to slot it in against the wall will be very handy. I will come back and look at this once kit orders open again.
Onshape produces 3D models, not 2D drawings, so SVG cannot represent them.
You can export to a number of 3D formats that CAM software will accept, but it
looks like there is an app you can use inside onshape to directly produce the
g-code. I haven’t used it yet (but whoever setup the original maslow document in
onshape did) called kiri
it even has an integrated g-code sender so (once we work the bugs out), you can
cut directly from inside onshape and not even need to touch Ground Control
(after the calibration is setup) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqdZ0t12szM
If you can spare a few inches it might even be better to build a ledge on the backside of the frame. I can’t imagine I’ll have a fun time trying to slide 3/4" plywood through that opening unless I fully support it lengthwise.