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I am speechless........ This is the greatest invention for shelving I've seen so far. Now I just need to figure out how to make it. If anyone out there (carpenters/engineers) can figure this out PLEASE fill me in! Thanks!
DIY wall-mounted shelving :: Uses twin tracks & sturdy brackets; shelf heights are adjustable. Brackets are screwed to 3/4" boards that were sanded & stained for the shelving. As was said, it's all about meticulous planning *before* drilling any holes :-) but otherwise a fairly easy project with readily-available components. . . . . ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/diy-projects-arts-crafts/ . . . .
Even in the 19th Century, people had a need for adjustable shelving. A retailer might need to change shelf heights to display new wares; and on the domestic front, if you purchased a Sega Genesis and then upgraded to the Dreamcast, the boxes were different sizes. An unknown craftsperson solved
Easier to build than fixed shelves -- Adjustable shelves make space more versatile, and they're usually just slabs of plywood nosed with strips of wood or edge banding, so they're easy to make. And because you can remove them, adjustable shelves simplify staining and finishing. The easiest way to support adjustable shelves is by using shelf standards are ($3 for 6 ft. at home centers). Just screw them into place and you're done.