Now I can hang indoors in the winter or outdoors in the summer. It is 2" square tubing 11 guage. Dimensions are 14' 6" tip to tip, 5' 8" vertical from top of horizontal beam. This material came 24' for a full size piece. That did all the horizontal beam and both uprights and gussets and then I put two 4' pieces on for legs for a total of 32' of material. This stuff was about $2.16/ft so I have just about $70 in it. Angled pieces are 7' long each horizontal beam is probably about 7' total and two 4' legs and leftover was divided equally and welded in as gussets. I just hung two S hooks over the open end of the tubing uprights (rated at 150 lbs each) to hold my suspension. It flexes a little with me (215 lbs ) but not alarming at all. I plan to deck up the bottom with a little lumber across the legs in case of a fall we won't land our spine or tail bone on a 2" wide metal beam that is 4" above the surrounding floor/ground.
I went this route because it was about $50 cheaper than the cheapest production stand I could find at Lowes and that one was only 46" high and 15' wide tip to tip. I was pretty sure I wouldn't be able to get enough sag with that and I am sure it's not constructed with the heaviest guage material you've ever seen. The other option I tried was a turtle dog stand which worked but with rambunctious cats and our traffic through the house I could see it was going to be knocked down more than standing up, same with outdoor use I didn't want to have to set it up each time I needed it. It worked well when in the hammock and is a very solid design but I am sure I will enjoy not having to set it up and take it down each time I want to use it.