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Building the Palanquin - Part 1

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I couldn't find any instruction files for building the Palanquin. It's not that difficult really, but in case anyone can use it, here's how I went about it.I couldn't find any instruction files for building the Palanquin. It's not that difficult really, but in case anyone can use it, here's how I went about it.
A – The seat. Super simple, just glue A1 + A2 + A3 on top of each other. A1 and A2 align easily on top of each other. For A3, align it to the back, but so the little 'tab' is still free.A – The seat. Super simple, just glue A1 + A2 + A3 on top of each other. A1 and A2 align easily on top of each other. For A3, align it to the back, but so the little 'tab' is still free.
B – The frame  I start by bending the lower part of B3. Doing this now will make your life so much easier later on. B – The frame I start by bending the lower part of B3. Doing this now will make your life so much easier later on.
Then I glue one of the sides to B3. Doesn't really matter which one. Then follow up with the seat. Not much to note here, other than make sure the nicely detailed 'cushion' of the seat is up :). Last I add the other side of the frame.Then I glue one of the sides to B3. Doesn't really matter which one. Then follow up with the seat. Not much to note here, other than make sure the nicely detailed 'cushion' of the seat is up :). Last I add the other side of the frame.
D - Back details. Not entirely sure if this should be aligned with the seat or a little above. But I like it best down at the seat, so that's what I did.D - Back details. Not entirely sure if this should be aligned with the seat or a little above. But I like it best down at the seat, so that's what I did.
 C – the bottom. Glue the two bottom pieces back to back, so the details are showing on both sides. This way, if you want to 'topple over' the palanquin, it will show some nice details on the bottom, while still retaining the same pretiness on the inside. C – the bottom. Glue the two bottom pieces back to back, so the details are showing on both sides. This way, if you want to 'topple over' the palanquin, it will show some nice details on the bottom, while still retaining the same pretiness on the inside.
E – Front frame. Last piece of the frame. Just get the details on the front and you're good.E – Front frame. Last piece of the frame. Just get the details on the front and you're good.

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