Simple coat rack made from restored pallets and 3D printed hangers.
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Step 1: Pallet Table
This part depends on your needs, meaning that you must measure the space you want to cover with it and obviously the size of it.
I've used Euro Pallets since they are a little more solid.
Then you must cut the parts of the pallet that best fits you and fill (or not) the empty spaces it has. I advise you to sand the wood so you don't get hurt.
Step 2: 3D Printed Parts
I modeled my own hangers. You can use them or any other stuff.
Here you have the 3D models: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/1AWjjfTc61b-hange... If you don't have a 3D printer look up the nearest maker community or use tinkercad 3D impresion service.
Step 3: Put It Toggether
Here you must consider the pallet and hangers thickness. Euro Pallets are 2 cm thick.
For screws holding the hangers they must not have more than pallet thick + hanger thick since it will hit the wall. The screws head I used here are size 3.
For screws holding the pallet on the wall I also used size 3 head and made 4 holes for plastic anchors. If you did this before go ahead otherwise ask for help.