DIY Collapsible Shelf

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Introduction: DIY Collapsible Shelf

Make this DIY handy collapsible shelf

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Step 1: Cutting the Wood

We have taken 3 12mm ply wood of a suitable dimension ( 3ft * 10 inches sample which we took) , filed all the edges properly so that we a get a smoother finish

Step 2: Metal-criss Cross

Step 3: Grooves

We had taken iron sheet and made 16 L-brackets were made using the milling machine and drilled holes and grooves accordingly and the screw was fitted

Step 4:

Step 5: Painting the Shelf

The shelf was painted using an enamel which was left to dry for a day and then any colour of the user's choices can be applied.

Step 6: Assembling and Oiling

The metal parts of the shelf are oiled and and the entire shelf (along with a cloth hanger is assembled)

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    5 Discussions

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    BurnE1
    BurnE1

    3 years ago

    use with caution, scissor design very hazardous. there's a reason you don't see that design around much without lots of safeguards.

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    Yonatan24
    Yonatan24

    Reply 3 years ago

    How is a scissor lift dangerous?

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    RishabhM43
    RishabhM43

    Reply 3 years ago

    Hold and lift the plank and not the scissor parts.. it wont cause any problem then?

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    BurnE1
    BurnE1

    Reply 3 years ago

    also, gloves, glasses, faceshield. plastic can melt/catch fire easily from sparks. sleeves down,it will block and absorb a broken disc better than raw skin. proper shields walls i think there's some instructables out there for that.

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    3 years ago

    That's a great way to make it save space when not in use :)