A few years ago, I designed a longline A-frame for Move Copenhagen festival. As I was putting the design together on my CAD program, I realized that it didn’t have to be completely fastened together, and that it could, in fact, be a completely solid A-frame while being very easy to pull apart and store away.
After three years of use, these A-frames are still as strong as the day they were built, and have the added convenience of being very easy to store when we don’t need them.
Since I initially made these A-frames, I’ve received dozens of requests for information about how to build this design. I decided to put the information together into a document that will hopefully assist more people around the world in building their own.
Here is the manual for the Northern Edge Stowable Wooden A-frame for Slacklining. Please feel free to build this design for yourself, and share it with your friends. This document is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. If you have any questions, or if you plan on building this A-frame for commercial use, please contact me at email@example.com.