To independently make a carriage or a cart requires drawings and sketches. You can use a ready-made drawing, or, with certain skills, create your own.
If you want to independently execute the drawings on which your coach will be manufactured, you can visit museums or study photos with carriages. Next, we need a multilayer plywood not thinner than 9 mm. It should be divided into three parts, having previously placed our drawings on it. In order to divide the plywood into parts, you need to use a circular saw. On the plywood we apply all our schemes.
Do not forget about the windows. Window openings should also be applied to plywood. In order for all parts to have an exact shape, it is best to use a hacksaw to cut them.
Two large parts of the plywood must be divided in half and make them the protective elements of the future coach. This will be external and internal preparations. They can be simply glued using glue. After treatment with glue it is recommended to fasten them with clamps, two or three. Now they can be mounted on the ceiling and bottom with nuts and bolts. The front and rear of our coach must match the dimensions of the base of the structure and the distance between the walls. In the side walls will be placed carriage windows, which you just need to saw out. Windows can be decorated with plastic and specially for their decoration, create decorative elements.
The wooden shield will play the role of a frame for the coach. The sketch of the frame also needs to be transferred to plywood and sawed with a hacksaw. Then the edges need to be processed with a file: first a large notch, then a small one.
Do not forget about beauty and comfort
Necessarily in the carriage there should be places for luggage and for the coachman who will manage the entire structure. You can use any bicycle wheels or create them from a laminated board. It is time to begin the interior decoration of our coach. Seats can be made from fiberboard and covered with a dense cloth. After the main work is done, you need to go through sandpaper on all surfaces and cover them with three layers of varnish.
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