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I needed a way to organize my wire, so I was looking around the internet for a wire rack/cart. All of them were upwards of $100, and they ...
The materials that you will need are: 8ft of 2x4 74in of 1/2" conduit ( OD .71" ID .62" ) 2 scraps of about 2in x 16in 1/8" ...
Mark a line on the 2x4 at 20" Cut it Repeat 1 & 2
Mark the center of the board on both ends. Connect these marks to form a line that runs the length of the board Put marks on the center ...
Line up the edge of the triangle with the edge of the board. Draw a line at 60o from the edge of the hole to the edge of ...
Mark a line at 19" Cut it Repeat 1-2 You should now have the top and bottom pieces, and can now screw it together.
The top piece goes on top of the side piece. You may need to drill pilot holes to prevent splitting. Use two (large) screws on each piece. After ...
The small side pieces are about 2" x 16" and 1/8" thick. They were just scraps that I had laying around. You may have to cut some out. ...
The conduit should be cut in lengths of 18.5" with a metal drop saw. You will need 4.
I had a rolling base leftover from a different project, so I just screwed this to it. The base is just a 6"x16" piece of 1/2" MDF with ...
Adding paint makes it look a lot better and more professional.
Wow! Tracing pictures and then assembling drawings from them takes a very long time. Kudos to KaptinScarlet. Most of this material was already in the garbage can before ...
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