Diy Stage Platform
How to Build a Portable Stage By Anne Hirsh ; Remove all the bolts to disassemble the stage and store the platforms and legs separately. Tip. If your platform height is too low to be crawled under, you may need to install an item called a rotolock or coffin lock in each platform during
We designed an easy-to-build 4'x6' stage made up of two, independent 3'x4' platforms, which can be used separately, or bolted together to make one larger stage. Two platforms have the advantages of being lighter to move and being able to use only one when floor space is limited.
The play stage will be structurally supported by a frame made from 2x4 or 2x6 lumber (depending on personal preference). To create the frame, refer to the marks you made on the floor with a chalk line for the exact width and depth of the stage. Use a circular saw to cut the lumber to the exact size of the stage.
Portable stages from Staging Concepts are designed to perform to the highest standards in quality, durability, and visual appeal. Whether custom designed, or configured with standard components, Staging Concepts' portable stages use patented SC90 platforms - available in a range of surface options and customizable to fit your project.
Place several platforms together and you have a stage for theatrical performances. They must be sturdy and strong to hold up the goods without sagging or swaying. Build one 18 inches high, 4 feet deep and 8 feet wide to keep the cutting and labor to a minimum.