Introduction: Plumbing Pipe/Wood Shelf. (VIDEO)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPZq-WFdQyI

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.

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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!

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

Comments

BSGMutha (author)2016-03-26

nice tutorial. excellent shelving unit.

Cream of Deer (author)2016-01-31

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.

That was done off camera. Thanks for watching!

IvoryBot (author)2016-01-30

niceee!

Derek DC Conway (author)IvoryBot2016-01-30

Thank you!

wold630 (author)2016-01-28

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!

Derek DC Conway (author)wold6302016-01-30

Thank you! This was already made when I uploaded it. From now on I will take plenty of pictures!!

Derek DC Conway made it! (author)2016-01-28

My first instructable upload...

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