Start by building your rectangular frame. It helps to build it wherever you want to place it as it’s fairly heavy to move. You need to cut 2x4s at 45 degrees with a miter saw for the back side of the backstop so the mat won’t swing.
Now it's time to attach the frame you just cut to the mat. We used large screws and washers to attach the mat to the frame.
Cut scrap 2x4s to 45 degrees with a miter saw to brace the feet of the stand.
Next up, you want to brace the feet of the stand. Without them, your stand WILL flop over.
And that’s it! This isn’t a complicated project, particularly if you are experienced at building things, but it’s a feasible beginner DIY project too!
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