We sent frame members out to be CNC bent and mitered and then, using a jig that the team designed in house, held all the members in place and eventually welded the frame together. When the job was complete, our suspension points were within an eighth of an inch of where we planned them to be, which was a pretty incredible feat. Between welding the frame, uprights, and spindles, I spent at least 200 hours in a welding mask with a TIG welder. I started out as a proficient welder and mastered the skill by the end.