First I purchased some foam board that is available at most retail stores and craft stores. You will also need some binder clips in small and medium.
I love the quilt just like I always do with the except of leaving the lower belly bar in the up position. (This is the bar that the quilt top attaches to.)
I cut the form board in half so they are 10" wide each. Using two of the medium binder, I attached the form boards together to make a long piece. I am assemblying this on the frame so I have the quilt top for support.
I then lay my pantograph on top and attache the pantograph to the form boards using small binder clips. I typically allign the each of my paper with the edge of the boards for simplicity.
Now it's time to line up my pantograph with my quilt top to get started. I just use a ruler and measure from the each of the quilt top, making sure I have enough space to finish my design.
With my laser mounted to the front of the machine. I am ready to quilt with my pantograph and make a beautiful design.
Just a note... before I got my current laser light holder, I just taped a laser light to a large binder clip and attached the binder clip to my handles on the front side.
One of the great advantages to this method (other than how inexpensive it is) is that when I am not using it, it is very easy to disassemble and store. Others have talked about purchasing a long shelf from Lowes or Home Depot and place that in the same method on the belly bars.
Hope this helps someone. Just give it a try and modifiy to something that works for you.