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Uploaded: 19.11.2007 18:23
Categories: Handicrafts | Room and Desk Shots | Furniture

akeeh - Quick few hour project to get some space on the desk. It is a little shelf for little stuff like the external HDD and network sw

Quick few hour project to get some space on the desk. It is a little shelf for little stuff like the external HDD and network switch etc.

Height: 33,5 cm | Width: 19,5 cm | Depth: 19,5 cm

32 nuts, 28 washers, 128 cm of M10 thread rod (4 x 32 cm). The wood is 18 mm thick and is finished with a cherry colored wood wax (same stuff that I used on the bed frame behind it) to give it some look (nice stuff because it doesn't smell so it can be applied indoors, is non-toxic and it dries very quickly).


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01.12.2007 09:17 Eerookey thanks.. im asking because i might make one too next year at school when i finish my first project
30.11.2007 23:52 akeehYes, the hole is made about half way through the piece but no glue was used because it fit tightly on its own.
30.11.2007 19:51 Eerookey :P
30.11.2007 19:49 JipaAnd I suppose he made a hole almost through and then glued the rod in place.. Maybe if he had the right drill bit he didn't even need glue in there.
30.11.2007 19:48 JipaEero asked how akeeh fixed the topmost shelf to the thread rod. Just with glue?
30.11.2007 19:36 Eerosorry that i posted in finish...
30.11.2007 19:30 Eeromites pistit tuon ylimmän levyn kiinni tuohon pulttiin? ihan liimallako? ja käytitkö samaa tapaa muihinkin vai onko noi muut vain muttereilla kiinni?
20.11.2007 07:36 ErrtuNice heavyduty! I don't like those ripped parts on the highest platform.
19.11.2007 20:59 nice :)
19.11.2007 20:50 akeehIt is a 320GB Western Digital Elements, I'm using it as a backup HDD for my most important files (photos etc)
19.11.2007 20:24 kazooYou have done good work, I like this :) What kind of HDD is that(brand etc.)?
19.11.2007 19:14 HochramNice :D
19.11.2007 19:08 akeehThe top two were supposed to be like the bottom two but I accidentally placed them in wrong direction. And yes, they are burn marks made by the circular saw I used to cut them.
19.11.2007 18:59 JipaGood work. Are they put different ways on purpose? And are those burn-marks on the bottom two?
19.11.2007 18:28 potkisHey, that's cool ;)