They made upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle.
Each frame was ten cubits long and a cubit and a half wide,
with two projections set parallel to each other. They made all the frames of the tabernacle in this way.
They made twenty frames for the south side of the tabernacle
and made forty silver bases to go under them—two bases for each frame, one under each projection.
For the other side, the north side of the tabernacle, they made twenty frames
and forty silver bases—two under each frame.
They made six frames for the far end, that is, the west end of the tabernacle,
and two frames were made for the corners of the tabernacle at the far end.
At these two corners the frames were double from the bottom all the way to the top and fitted into a single ring; both were made alike.
So there were eight frames and sixteen silver bases—two under each frame.
They also made crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames on one side of the tabernacle,
five for those on the other side, and five for the frames on the west, at the far end of the tabernacle.
They made the center crossbar so that it extended from end to end at the middle of the frames.
They overlaid the frames with gold and made gold rings to hold the crossbars. They also overlaid the crossbars with gold.