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In this youtube video I make a Pipe/Wood shelf for shoes.

You can make this easily in a couple hours if you're motivated. All the tools you'll need are... drill, circular saw (I used miter saw in my video), and maybe some hand tools like a hammer and vice grips to move and tighten the pipes.

Step 1: Getting Started.

You'll need several 'tapered thread' plumbing pipes at different lengths. For my project I chose 10 1/2 in flanges. 14 1/2 in X 2 in pipe. 4 1/2 in X 4 in pipe. 4 1/2 in X 10 in pipe. 4 1/2 in elbows. 6 1/2 in 'T's '. 2 1/2 in caps.

WOOD. One 1X12X6. Two 1X4X8.

Stain (if desired).

Spray on Polyurethane.

3/4 in screws.

Step 2: Assemble!

Now all you have to do is assemble the pipes. Cut the wood to 2ft lengths and attach to flanges!

nice tutorial. excellent shelving unit.
<p>It is important to note that you should spray polyurethane all over the finished product to protect the wood and to keep the metal from rusting.</p>
That was done off camera. Thanks for watching!
<p>niceee!</p>
<p><em>Thank you!</em></p>
<p>Awesome shelving unit! It would be great to see some more step-by-step photos with more detailed instructions. I think there are a lot of people who would love to make this!</p>
<p>Thank you! This was already made when I uploaded it. From now on I will take plenty of pictures!!</p>
<p>My first instructable upload...</p>

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Bio: I make things in my home shop. YouTube channel link... https://www.youtube.com/derekconwayTX
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