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This is a simple, practical design for many types of tables and work benches. The second layer adds stability and a shelf.
Love the shadow box outside the frame.
I have hundreds of photos in boxes that I would like to see more often. Would like to have a stack of pictures in each display and change them when I want. This desk or table top display looks like a promising design starting point.
Presentation: Final Model, Drawings + Renderings
Iteration: Prototyping & Testing
Ideation: Brainstorming & Sketching
Inspiration: Through Research
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Correction: 4 inches across and over 12 inches around. Meal size.
4 * 3.1415927 is just under 12 inches around. Will have to try baking them with my granddaughter.
I downloaded the instructable as a PDF and lost that option. Not sure but maybe instructables.com can use the smaller images online and put the larger images in the PDFs.
The pictures should be about 3 x larger. They are more like thumbnails and don't add much to the written text.
Bypassed the download feature and got much bigger pictures. Thanks
Concept is great. No mention of wheel sizes on the bottom so the tree can move about the shop. Would consider setting the bottoms of the trays about 1/2 inch above flush so the trays could be removed and then put back on the tree. This would allow the top parts of the tree to sit near the work and to allow taking even a loaded tree apart for moving. The X design preventst any sort of tipping and forces alignment on reassembly.
Like the stacking and the hold in the front. Would consider cutting handholds in the sides so I can lift one or more up easily.
On other boxes I build, I use my 12" mitre saw to mitre the corners. In theory, I end up with more glue surface and no grain showing. The 12" blade should mitre a 5" board.
I had the same size problem with some tool boxes I built decades ago. When I built a bigger box that would hold everything, I couldn't lift it. Be careful what you wish for.
I use old pallets to keep the firewood from touching the ground. I have a large, open roofed area so just pile the wood on the pallets and use lengths of rebar mesh to keep the wood from spilling out.Make sure there is lots of ventilation and that the air can get out the top. Otherwise, you will end up with piles of compost.