Step 6: The Frame
2 - 10' length of 1/2" electrical conduit
4 - 1/2" threaded PVC corner
1 - Tube of Liquid Nails
1 - Rubber mallet
Home Depot decided that they wouldn't cut my conduit for me, so I went to Lowes, which happens to be right across the street, less busy, and a whole lot nicer. The guy at Lowes (go to the plumbing department, that's where they'll cut it) cut each piece into 6' and 4' for me. Follow the directions on the liquid nails to assemble a rectangle. The rubber mallet is to make sure the pipe gets into the elbows nice and tight.