• 1   –  Handle Kit
  • 4   –  W-Corn Wheels
  • 3   –  Black Top Screws
  • 4   –  Atlas Corner Keys
  • 1   –  Bug Flap
  •  3/8 Nickel Plated Screws
  • Adjustment Screws



STEP 1: Begin by setting the Adjustment Screws into the drilled holes of the top and bottom pieces of material. They are not to be screwed all the way in, screw them in until at least a 1/8” of the screw is showing on the inside of the material.  Once all four Adjustment Screws have been set, you will then set the W-Corn Wheels.

STEP 2: Holding the wheel, you will angle the W shaped portion of the wheel, to the inside of the material. The flat portion should rest on the bottom of the inside of the material; continue to slide the wheel in until the hole in the flat portion catches on the tip of the screw.

STEP 3: Lay your material out; both sides and the top and bottom pieces with the spline grooves facing up. You will insert the corner key into both ends of the top and bottom pieces, you will then slide the side pieces onto the corner pieces that you have placed in the top and bottom pieces.

STEP 4: Make sure that all four corners are aligned; you will then set in place using the 8 – 3/8” Nickel Screws, two screws for each corner. Your frame is now assembled.

STEP 5: To place the Handle, you will first attach the large plastic piece of the handle kit to the piece of material that was center punched and drilled, with two of the black top screws. You will then insert the aluminum piece of the handle kit inside the frame, to where the flat piece slides out of the side of the frame, and then attach the small plastic piece of the handle kit to the flat aluminum piece using a black top screw.  Do not over tighten, the aluminum piece bends out of shape easily.

STEP 6: You will then insert the Bug-Flap into the side of the material that does not have the handle, leave at least ½” extra at the end.