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We have been busy brainstorming ideas of how people can use Kee Klamp fittings to build a whole bunch of cool things for their homes. Tricia has star...
Tricia made the plans for this is Google's Free SketchUp program. http://sketchup.google.com We modified the design slightly for our project. That'...
Part of this project was an experiment. One of the things we've constantly been told is that the cost of the pipe often makes the project very expens...
There is flexibility in designing your shelf. We chose the sizes below because it allowed us to efficiently use a 4x8 sheet of plywood. Here are t...
Using the 2 runner pipes, the 2 side rung pipes, and the 20-6s assemble the bench/shelf top.
Mark the shelf height on each leg. Again you can be selective about how you want to do this. For our shelf we simply divided the pipe into thirds an...
Cut the shelves to length. We had Home Depot cut our 4x8 sheet into 4 pieces. We did the trimming ourselves with a circular saw. We took off about t...
Finally place the top on the bench and attach with the 105-6 (one on each side). The 105-6 is a clip that uses tension to hold the top down. Again,...
That's it.. There are probably some other things you could do to spiff this thing up. Tricia has a design for adding doors to the front. You might ...
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