I had the wood, carpet, and supplies laying around the house so it didn't cost me anything to build, but if I were to guess, I would say around $25.
Step 1: Gather Tools and Materials
(Please see pictures for drawings of wood lengths)
- Approximately 15 feet of 1/2 plywood at 2 inch width
- One 5 inch section of 2x4 or scrap wood
- 32 inch by 10 inch piece of 1/4 inch plywood
-Any thick carpet (the shaggier the better for grip) approximate length at 50 inches and width of 10 inches
- Table Saw (for 2 inch width pieces)
- Circular Saw
- Wood glue
Step 2: Cut the Wood
The Wood cuts on this page only require 1 piece of each. I hope that everyone can read my hand writing clearly.
On the wood cuts marked with a Question Mark (?), on step 1, please keep those whole because we need to ruff assemble some pieces to get their exact measurements/cuts later.
So first, cut out all of your pieces but avoid cutting out the triangles on the Question Mark marked boards.
Second, lay out one side of the ramp with the 31.75" piece, 25.5" piece, 16" piece, and the 4" piece. The 16" piece and the 4" piece should be on the bottom. Then, mark the correct angle on the 16" and 4" pieces of wood so that you can finish cutting those pieces.
All of your pieces of wood should now be cut and ready for assembly.