|Forum topic by Rob||posted 395 days ago||2167 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
395 days ago
My desk at work is made from wire shelving, with 1” dia. vertical rods. The rods also have grooves cut all the way around, about every 1”. Here’s a really good close-up of someone assembling the wire shelving:
I want to add some removable wooden shelves and pegs to the vertical metal rods to hold post-it notes, headphones, notepads, keys, my cell phone, my laptop, etc. The shelves themselves will be pretty straightforward, but the hard part is figuring out how to attach them so that each shelf/peg can be independently installed/removed, adjusted up and down, or rotated around the metal rod.
So, what are some ways in which I can attach these shelves? I’m looking forward to some creative ideas from the experts here.
P.S. I promise I’ll post some pics of the finished project afterward. ;)