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  • Shoe Rack for mother in law :avmakeindustri.es

    My mother-in-law asked me to build a shoe rack for her. I decided to build a wood and steel combination using reclaimed wood (Wooden pallet) and 1x1 square tubes and angle bars.

    On top of wood is Polyu gloss finish









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    A combination of steel and wood... modern design, look, and feel which is great!

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    • #3
      avmanansala ....good looking project!!
      Just curious.....what method did you use to cut the angle bar??
      It's obviously magnetized....I'm guessing plasma arc?? Maybe??!!
      Paul

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        Paul_S Yes, Im using a powercraft 40amps plasma. cut fast but not so clean compare to carbide cutters. I just did that for the sake of testing, next time I will do this, I will use the cold saw or a metal bandsaw.

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        • #5
          Looks great and solid! The design is accessible for boots, sneaker and heels! I built several shoe racks, but none of them lasts long. Then I just bought one on crazysales. And I see a perfect frame here, Have you thought of applying a back of the shoe rack? Use plywood if you ask me.
          Last edited by Corsola; 11-14-2016, 10:16 AM.

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