Built a Wall in My Room!

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Introduction: Built a Wall in My Room!

I wanted to increase rooms and built a wall.
I devised it not to injure a floor and a ceiling.
When I move, I can easily remove it.
If there is a large room, I can increase rooms freely!
Let's built a wall!!

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    22 Comments

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    dsantil71
    dsantil71

    2 years ago

    I like it. However the whole point of an instructable is to give actual instructions, materials list, etc. If you could do that, it would be alot more fulfilling for members.

    I like your videos but was just thinking you should add some material list to your instructables.

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for comment! From the next time,I think that I want to add some material list!!

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    talk2sum2004
    talk2sum2004

    Reply 4 years ago

    Hello

    Please could you specify the kind of alter jack you used or advices a substitute for that if it's not widely used

    Thanks

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    talk2sum2004
    talk2sum2004

    Reply 4 years ago

    I meant screw Jack

    Sorry Typo

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    jonobugs
    jonobugs

    5 years ago

    This is a fantastic idea. Unfortunately, he doesn't show how he makes the metal spacers, but I'm assuming they are some sort of screw jack that allows you to adjust the height and increase the pressure from the top and bottom. I can't wait to try this at my place!

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you for comment!!

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    UdyRegan
    UdyRegan

    6 years ago

    Walls are a great way to partition different areas of a large space. They also help to increase privacy and separate a different purpose from another. They are also easy to remove so you can always reorganize the different areas in the future.

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you for comment!! I make it in various ways from now on!

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thank you for comment!! I make it in various ways from now on!

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    lrobles5
    lrobles5

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I would love to try to make this, but I do not understand the metal things you made. How did you make them? What are they made of of? How do you install them? The video was very fast, so I didn't understand the construction.

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 6 years ago

    Thank you for comment!!

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    joshuaphua1
    joshuaphua1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    what are the metal things that you put in between the ceiling and wall?

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for the comment.
    I made this metal things!

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for the comment.
    I made this metal things!

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    mr_Eagle
    mr_Eagle

    8 years ago

    A friend of mine once lost an artwork hanging on a construction similar to this. The wood will expand and contract depending on the weather. When there is a heavy object on one side the wall may eventually fall. It should be fine if you don't hang anything from it though.. so have fun =)

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for comment!

    It is effective when I place a wall in the right angle to keep strength.When it is square and surrounds it in a wall, it becomes stronger!!

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    mr_Eagle
    mr_Eagle

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    That's a great work around. Much better than not ever hanging anything from it like I suggested. Cheers!

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    8 years ago on Introduction

    It looks cool from this side, but what's the back look like? I wouldn't want an ugly bunch of timber and screw-points to be my first view through that door...