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A lady at work showed me a pic of a shelf like this & asked if I could make one for her son. And of course I would ...
Just basic tools are needed. A saw, a drill, a grinder or hack saw & that's about it. Materials: 3- boards (I bought 8x6' cedar fence boards) 2- ...
Drill a 3/8 or 1/2 hole through 16 baseballs (1/2 is easier to slid on the all thd later) I made a little jig with some PVC bushings ...
Cut your wood to desired length. I cut mine at 30" ea. I used a cedar fence board that had some nice dark streaks & is rough on ...
Assembly is pretty easy. I started by sliding 4 balls on each all thread so I didn't have to slide them on the whole length. Then I slid ...
If you don't want to see anything holding the shelf up you need to hang it on the back edge of the board. So I got these little ...
Almost done! Cut off the extra all thread on the top leaving about half a baseball length! Now drill a 3/8 hole half way through the last 4 ...
All finished! Hopefully she likes it & hopefully all you robots liked it make sure to check out some off my instructables. http://m.instructables.com/member/Petergottm
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