Afterwards, he covered the entire thing in blue painter's tape and applied coats of fiberglass over it.
Once that smelly task was completed, the body panels were sanded smooth…
… and body filler scraped over top.
It was then time to engineer the internal framing.
Movable propellers were even added!
The final part of the DIY baby crib was to assemble the center section.
Like the body panels, it was sculpted out of foam.
Adams went through the same fiberglass process, too. He also installed the lighting…
… and dimmer switch.
It was later painted and the finishing touches added.
To see a step-by-step account of this incredible DIY, check out Adam's lengthy instructions on Imgur.
According to Adams, the crib is “doggo approved.”
Rob Adams: Reddit
All images via Rob Adams.
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