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Not OP, but it seems the rotating blocks are simply held on by the dowel set inside each of its neighboring pieces. Once the chamfer lays against the backer board the weight of the coat is transfered through the rotating piece and into the wall as through the dowel and into each neighboring piece away from the wall. Make sure your neighboring pieces are secure, however the angle chosen for the chamfer seems like most of the force would be put on the backer/wall and not the neighboring pieces.
A cityscape would be very cool! How about on the water where the line of rotation is the waterline?
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Great instructable! I'm currently fixing up our garage to double as a workshop when the cars are backed out, and this storage solution would be perfect for our lightweight seasonal stuff, like camping gear and beach toys.One thing I may add is that you might want to add just a few more screws through the plywood. Being in a garage, and right by the door, it's subject to humidity and temperature changes throughout the year. Eventually your plywood may want to warp a bit. Adding even 3 screws along the front and back and one in the middle of each side should help prevent that. However, I'm no true carpenter, so it's possible that my advice is me being overly cautious.Looks great! Thanks again!
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This was my thought too. Or at least saddle bag the batteries so that they're lowering the center of gravity. It would be better if they were in the middle of the frame though.
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This is great! I'm sitting here brainstorming how I could make this with some slight spacing vertically between the rows with some open space between the back and triangles so that I can back light them with a nice led strip and make a wall light. Excellent work on both the project and the ible.
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