PVC pipe is a great building material. It is cheap and has many uses, like making a supercool shelf.
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Step 1: Materials
1. 10 feet of 2" diameter PVC pipe
2. 2 L shaped 2" PVC pipe connector joints
3. Six bolts (size doesn't matter a ton)
4. Six nuts
1. Drill and drill bits
2. Hack saw
3. Marker (not necessary but helps)
4. Measuring device
WARNING: be very careful with tools as they can hurt you, make sure you have adult supervision at all times.
Step 2: Cut the Pipe
The first piece to cut is the main part of the shelf where you set objects on. Cut 3 2 for pieces. The second part are the parts that connect the shelf to the wall. You will need 2 7 inch pieces and 2 6 inch pieces
Step 3: Line Up the Main Piece
Line up the three 2 foot parts along the two 7 inch pieces. Make a dot with the marker in each point of contact.
Step 4: Drill and Bolt Together
Drill a hole on each of the dots and feed a bolt through on each spot.
Step 5: Add the Part to Hang It
Attach one end of the PVC pipe connector to the shelf and to one of the 6 inch pieces of PVC pipe, do this on both sides.
Step 6: Your Done!
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*note: to hang just screw it into the wall, I have not found a place to put it yet so I don't have pictures yet.
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