Start by inserting one of the shafts in the linear bearings under the plunge sled. Also note that the tension springs in the pantograph have not yet been hooked up. This keeps the pantograph nice and flat.
With the shaft in place, lift the plunge sled onto the frame. Be sure to hold the shaft while lifting the pantograph so it won't slide out. Slide the shaft forward through the front shaft holder. Slide it about 8 cm (3") beyond the shaft holder.
Slide the rear shaft mount over to line up with the shaft and pull the shaft back into the rear shaft holder.
The screws on all shaft holders should be loose during these steps.
With the first shaft mounted on both ends, slide the second shaft into the linear bearings of the sled. It's easier if you do not try to slide it through the shaft holders at the same time.
Once the shaft is in the linear bearings, slide the front shaft holder in place to line up with the shaft and push the shaft through it.
Slide the shaft forward enough to clear the rear shaft holder, then slide the rear shaft holder to line up with the shaft, and bring he shaft back far enough to go into the rear shaft holders.
With the shaft holders still loose (able to slide side-to-side), use the table top to bring the plunge carriage parallel to the frame.
Tighten the shaft mounts.
Tighten the mounting screws for the shaft holders.
Install the U-bracket for the plunge lever. You will have to detach the U-bracket from the plunge lever to do this.
Use a screw and nut to mount the plunge lever in the U-bracket.
Mount the table. The table is slid from the side. Make sure the washers go inside the channels.