I rarely daven in Sephardi shuls, so I'm curious as to how Sephardi Sifrei Torah are "assembled" from the time it is written on parchment until it is put into the case.
Ashkenazi Sifrei Torah are "simple" by comparison. You put the parchment on atzei chayim and it doesn't matter much how tall, thick or heavy they really are, as long as the length is taller than the length of the parchment.
But I'm curious how the Sephardi ones are planned and assembled. There are no atzei chayim I gather as they are placed inside the case. Do they "custom size" the case to for the size of the parchment? What is the parchment attached to and then how does it stay standing upright in the case?
Please explain the "assembly" process.