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The purpose of this project is to build some cheap, light and removable panels to hide a messy bookshelf or use as a door. This instructable can also ...
Meter White or transparent Silicone glue 'U' shaped aluminium bars White alveolar polypropyllene (plexiglass) Cutter and scissors...
Measure the size of your bookshelf and do a scaled down version on a paper. Cut out white pieces of paper of the (scaled down) size you think you will...
Use the just cutted plexiglas as a reference to cut the shape. Remember to cut the fabric a bit bigger than the plexiglass. Turn the exceeding fabric...
Once you are satisfied by your work (the fabric is correctly tensioned and oriented) you can fix it with the staples gun. Follow all the edges and pu...
If your panel result a bit floppy, you can improve the rigidity attaching 2 or more wood sticks on the back of the panel. I used the silicone glue to ...
- Cut the 'U' shaped aluminium bar so it fits to the width of the bookshelf - Glue the bar at a constand distance from the edge of the bookshelf - for...
Slide the panels into the U shaped bars and enjoy the results. When you need to acces to the bookshelf you just slide the panel as needed
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