Step 1: Step 1 Ask the Old Men and Make a Design/Plan
Step 2: Step 2 Getting the Materials and Preparing Them.
With the parts list, I bought all the wood for the shelves and therefore the rectangular metal tubes for the frames, luckily the shop where I bought it had a hacksaw in order that they could cut the metal directly into the proper lengths and angles I needed.
The ends of the frame are sawn at an angle of 45 degrees and also are welded during this way. Where the upper and lower frame are welded together I even have chosen for a right angle connection.
I also needed brackets to connect the shelves too, for this, I cutted 14 brackets from a 3×3 angle profile with an angle grinder. In each bracket, I drilled two holes which I countersank therefore the screws would be flush with the brackets.
I chose the wood very carefully because I had to attach two pieces together that you simply want to be so straight and flat, luckily the DIY store had tons of them available .
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