1. Lay the inner tent of the tent flat on the ground, flatten it and nail down the ground nail along the bottom edge.
2. From the tent, support the two poles, put on the isolation tube, and then put on the crossbar.
3. Put on the tent coat and knock down the pull nails of the coat to make all the outer tents stretched straight.
4. Put the rainproof cap into the end of the pole, put on the windproof cable, and finish.
Note: There is a space between the inner and outer tents of the triangular double-layer tent. This space should be maintained, and the inner and outer layers should not be "dipped" together. This space can protect against rain and keep warm.
A dome-shaped tent is relatively simple to set up: spread the tent flat on the ground and nail down the four corners (some hexagonal) ground nails, or you can stretch the tent poles and then nail the ground nails. Combine two sets of tent poles (three sets of hexagonal domes). If the tent poles are loose parts, they need to be assembled according to the instruction manual. Insert the tent rods into the tent support sleeve, insert one end of the two groups into the sleeve hole, the other ends of the two groups of rods are stretched up at the same time, and then inserted into the other sleeve hole after tightening. Lift the tent and shake it into shape, then it can be placed flat on the ground and nailed. If there is a jacket, put on a jacket or a small rain cover to complete.