A few months ago, I was a little skeptical about the idea of cable railing systems.

There are no real systems to really make sure that you’re not missing something.

However, the new $20,000 stretch goal on Indiegogo for a cable railing system on my porch and my garage shows that the community is willing to invest in the technology and give back to the community. 

I got the idea for the project while playing around with some prototypes I had in my basement, and I decided to make a system that I could build myself for my house. 

It’s not the prettiest, but I think the project is cool and worth a shot.

I’m going to do my best to post a video of the system in action, but it’s hard to get enough shots to make it look like it’s a finished product.

Here’s a shot of my porch with my railing system in place:Here’s my porch, complete with a small shed and a shed with a few boxes in it:As you can see, the shed is empty but the boxes are covered with fiberglass insulation.

I cut a few extra boxes out to fill in the shed with my cable railing, but otherwise the whole system is made of fiberglass.

I bought the fiberglass sheeting for $1 and then glued the panels together, taped them down, and glued them together with two large screws.

I attached the cable to the shed, and then I attached my new fiberglass panels to the panel. 

The first thing you’ll notice is that I don’t have any cables.

I just used a large bolt that was threaded through the panel to hold the panels in place.

I’ve also added a small loop to the top of the railing to allow you to bend the panels to fit around your home. 

This system also requires a bit of extra effort to attach the cables to the fiberglas panels.

First, I drilled a small hole in the side of the panel and then drilled another hole in my ground to connect the panel cable to my wall mount, which is what you’ll attach your cable railing to.

The first thing I did was to make sure my fence was properly secured with the metal studs.

After that, I put the panels on and secured them with two small screws. 

When I put my system up in the living room, I had to do a little bit of tweaking to get it to stand up, but once I was satisfied with the rigidity of the panels, I let it sit for about a week before putting it up in my living room. 

Here are the panels attached to the roof:As I mentioned earlier, I also made a little extra room for the cable, and a couple of things I noticed while building the system.

First of all, the cable does not have any insulation on it.

The insulation you’ll find on fiberglass is mostly used for making insulation for the roof, so I didn’t have a need for insulation for my railing.

Also, I didn´t want to attach my cable to something that could be moved around and potentially get lost, so all of my cables are wrapped in duct tape. 

On top of that, when I put up the railing, the cables are just sitting in the gaps between the panels.

The cables are attached to a metal bar that attaches to the panels by a small piece of plastic.

This piece of metal is attached to one end of the cable by a bolt that goes through the fiber glass.

This is the metal end, which has a hole through the middle so that when I attach my cables to it, the wires will come through. 

 It is worth noting that when you put the cable up, you will notice that the panels look a little different from what they did before you put them up. 

First, you’ll see that they are a little smaller.

I don´t think this is due to the cables being shorter, but rather because I was using a thicker piece of fiber glass on my house, so the fiber was slightly thicker than the fiber used before.

Second, I added a couple more screws to secure the cable into place. 

As for the cables, I donít know how much you can fit in a panel, but here’s how the panel looks after the cables have been attached: I decided to attach a little cable between the railing and the panel, so that the cable will go through the metal bar and connect to the cable that goes from the railing.

I also added another piece of cable that I’m attaching to the railing that goes straight through the railing: Now that I have a little more space, I decided that I needed to attach some cables to my fence.

I didnít want the fence to be hanging out in the open all day, so to keep the cable cable from getting in the way, I tied the cable onto the top and bottom of the fence and then taped