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Project by Bally posted 1033 days ago 2582 views 14 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

here are a few piccys of some double sided bookcases.
they are displays for a london shop and i thought you guys might like them.
they are all cut from mdf and just glued and pinned.
for the curved sections i used a double skin of flexi mdf.
making the S and O were loads of fun, but once the glue had gone off they were solid.
have fun
Alan





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StumpyNubs

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#1 posted 1033 days ago

Great Halloween bookcases! Why do they say “Ho-Ho-Ho”?

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nobuckle

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#2 posted 1033 days ago

Excellent work. Those tight curves must have really provided some challenges. How did you accomplish the radii for the S?

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Bally

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#3 posted 1033 days ago

HO HO HO is for the christmas shop displays.
the center of the s has slots so that the shelves fit in and lock.
on the outside of the shelves is a 12mm frame to support the flexi Mdf when pinning together, this has a rebate in it so that the edge of the flexi mdf is fidden..this works well and had no real issues with the S all be it fiddly.

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StumpyNubs

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#4 posted 1033 days ago

It was a joke, Bally… I know what “Ho-Ho-Ho” means…

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Bally

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#5 posted 1033 days ago

just checking!!!!

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A Slice of Wood Workshop

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#6 posted 1033 days ago

If you were leaving the store they would say “OH OH OH”. You like that stumpy, haha. Great displays. Impressive to get those curves.

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jim C

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#7 posted 1033 days ago

Those would work well in the Amsterdam red light district

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Kerux

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#8 posted 1033 days ago

Put an ‘I’ in there and you got OH-IO…. Go buckeyes.

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mafe

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#9 posted 1033 days ago

They are really cool.
Love the idea of letters in letters.
SOOOHHH nice.
Smiles,
Mads

-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.

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Jacob Lucas

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#10 posted 1033 days ago

Awesome work! Fits right into the store!

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Lars Öhlin

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#11 posted 1032 days ago

Like them a lot! how did you transfer the pattern to the sheets of MDF?
CNC cutting out the pieces?

I’m inspired to do my daughters name, bookmarked for sure!

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sras

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#12 posted 1032 days ago

Not your ordinary project! Very nice!

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ShopTinker

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#13 posted 1032 days ago

Very cool! I didn’t know MDF could be bent like that. Thanks for sharing.

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KoryK

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#14 posted 1029 days ago

Wow that is awsome craftmenship. Very well done!

-- If you not making sawdust, your probably wasting your time. Kory

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