Storage rack for paintings
September 13, 2013
Air dried douglass fir, cutting strokes
Ready for planing
Strokes ready: right length, sanded and cut lap-joints.
Four of these form the base.
The other horizontal parts slot in half-lap-joints and will be glued and screwed up on the spot.
12mm beech plywood with the slots all made
glued the boxes add rubber castors and hand-made beech grips
The finished rack set up in my work-space, big paintings will fit in the middle spaces, middle sized paintings at the top layer and three different sizes smaller paintings for the boxes. The slide tray can be used for showing paintings.
Corner of box with front-plate.
Tray and slide-rail.
A slot for grip under the tray.
Beech grip on box.
Rounded edges where it matters.