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Each beam consists of a 5' foot pole with a through-hole tee connector slid onto the center and then a through-hole tee connector attached to each end. Firmly attach the two end connectors onto each post using their set screws, and then slide the whole assembly down one set of support poles. Stop short about one foot short of the shelf.
Repeat this process with the other shelf support. Insert the 16" aluminum bars down through each set of shelf brackets. Lower the whole shelf support bar into place such that the center tee connector is aligned with the 16" bar. Tighten all of the remaining bracket set screws that have yet to be fastened. The next addition I added were The crossovers are meant to hold a 66" aluminum bar which, in turn, holds a paper photo sweep.
Another This is repeated for the other side as well. A series of horizontal support bars are then installed near the base of the vertical supports. This consists of two through-hole tee connectors, two 4-way elbows, two At this point you should get the drill. Put everything together, slide it into place, and lock it down using set screws. Slide the round base flanges onto the end of each post and lock them into place using set screws.
Now is time to flip the shelves right side up. This is a two-person activity. I would not attempt it by yourself. I tried, and it quickly proved to be a mistake. The nice thing about this system is that it is both expandable and adaptable. It enables me to use the space as a workbench, a photo studio, and as a computer desk.
I'm happy I built it. It works great in my tiny workspace. Did you find this useful, fun, or entertaining? Follow madeineuphoria to see my latest projects. Reply 3 years ago. I did same construction shelf 2. To make it damn solid, I took one more detail: -o like - you put it on topmost bar near wall and join other side it's panel to the wall - it fixes shelf to avoid ANY movement!
Looks awesome! They look perfect for small parts, especially with the locking lids. I really like what you have done here and your Instructable was very good also. Would you please provide some idea where the metal components may be purchased and some idea as to your cost of this project? Thank you very much. All of the parts are linked to.
I got them from McMaster. I'm guessing all-in-all this cost me a few hundred. You might want to add the IKEA no kill drawer fallover safety strap since it is top heavy. My workbench is very heavy and is pinning the bottom crossbar up against the wall, but it would be a good idea for a lighter desk. Introduction: Workbench Shelves. By randofo madeineuphoria on Instagram! More by the author:. I'm also the author of … More About randofo ».
Participated in the Woodworking Contest View Contest. Place this piece on top, but don't install yet. First, you will need to trim it to accommodate the Kreg Trak Clamps. Trim your top according to the directions on the traks based on the size you order. I used a Kreg Rip Cut with my circular saw and a jig saw to trim out the pieces or the Traks. Now that your top is cut for the Traks, attach the top to the frame with 2" wood screws from the bottom side.
Place screws along each outside edge and in the top middle support piece. Install the traks per instructions. Check out the video in the extras tab and the blog post for more details. The bolts should fit through the holes so that there are enough threads sticking out on the top to hold a nut. Once you have all the bolts and nuts in place, you can slide your Trak on and tighten.
Or, I actually found it easier to place the nuts inside the trak so that they are lined up with where your bolts are and place the track on top of the bolts and tighten. Now that the Traks and top are in place, cut 2x4 boards to fit around the top in order to "trim it out" and cover the plywood edges and the edges of the Clamp Traks. This will help protect the top edges, but also provide more support to keep the top from sagging in the middle. If you wish, you can actually stop at this point with your workbench.
But, if you like the extra storage and organization the "cubby" at the end of the workbench in the photos provides, then let's keep going. Drill pocket holes along the bottom side and at the top corners to attach later. Place this panel onto the workbench like shown, but don't attach yet. Cut two more pieces to serve as the side panels of the cubby according to the cut list and drill pocket holes along all sides.
It's just easier to attach the side panels before screwing in the divider. That way you don't have to worry about trimming anything to fit if it's a little off. You can finish out your cubby however you want. You can add drawers or adjustable shelves using a Kreg Shelf Pin Jig, leave it open, or a combination of all of it. I added a stationary shelf with dividers for all my drill bits and jigs. For this, cut a shelf piece first according to the cut list, then screw in the dividers from scrap wood.
You can see more details of this in the video. You can attach however high you want to accommodate whatever you wish to store below and on top of your shelf. Then get out there and Build Something ;. Plan saved successfully to your account.
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