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Hello, here I show you how you can esayly bould an nice Hight adjustable Shoe shelf. You only need 2 Boards and 4 Scaffold Pedestals ( with 2 ...
So this is my blueprint, you can see all the dimensions, its completly in millemeter. of course you can build in other dimensions.
This are the tools you need to work on the boards, including the metalrings. There is no saw or anything cause i bought the boards allredy cuttet in ...
as i say ressed some polished stainless steel rings in the Boards, so in my case the drilling is a bit complicatet. It´s nessecesary doing it in the ...
I choose some Mahagoni Varnish ( i like that look) and some extra clearcoat (3layers) with intermediate sanding. thats a lot of work but in the end it ...
Now thats a point, ithink iwill never ever work on Stainless Steel again, it`s soF...ing hard, it kills all of your tools But it`s pretty shiny when polished ...
Now as the rings are shiny polished and fit to the boards, we can stick them down to the boards, I use an mixture of metalglue and universal ...
I use 4 ordinary Pedestals wich i found on an junkyard, ihad to search for a while for the four extra nuts. I only cleaned them with an ...
Now you only need to put on the first Board, just stick it over the Pedestals untill it lays on the lower nuts Then Screw on the second ...
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