|Forum topic by Rob||posted 02-08-2013 10:55 PM||5004 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
02-08-2013 10:55 PM
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. ;)
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