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Old 05-05-2021, 06:13 PM
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Here are some photos of my homemade rack. I seem to keep adding to it. I recently made the vinyl storage rack for those that I am listening to the most as well as a cd rack for the same reason. They are from the same 1" butcher block.
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Here are some photos of my homemade rack. I seem to keep adding to it. I recently made the vinyl storage rack for those that I am listening to the most as well as a cd rack for the same reason. They are from the same 1" butcher block.
Nice work.
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Here are some photos of my homemade rack. I seem to keep adding to it. I recently made the vinyl storage rack for those that I am listening to the most as well as a cd rack for the same reason. They are from the same 1" butcher block.
Those look nice. Love the stain you used.
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Old 05-17-2022, 11:28 AM
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My 60" Rigidrack from Butcher Block Acoustics is rock solid and easily carries my very heaviest components. And most importantly, it receives highest praise
from the wife.
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Here are some photos of my homemade rack. I seem to keep adding to it. I recently made the vinyl storage rack for those that I am listening to the most as well as a cd rack for the same reason. They are from the same 1" butcher block.
Very nice. I have been looking to do something similar using 1 inch walnut. How did you connect the pipes to the shelves? It looks like you drilled holes through the used threaded pipe. However from the pics the threading only looks to be where the shelves are. Are the connectors linking 2 pipes. So you have one through the shelf and another from the shelf top of them shelf to the bottom on the next one?
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Old 05-17-2022, 10:20 PM
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i use there 3" thick by 18" square walnut platforms at my condo in chicago, nice an simple for my monoblocks and streamer

the owner is a nice guy as well, very accommodating
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Here are some photos of my homemade rack. I seem to keep adding to it. I recently made the vinyl storage rack for those that I am listening to the most as well as a cd rack for the same reason. They are from the same 1" butcher block.

Very nice!
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Very nice. I have been looking to do something similar using 1 inch walnut. How did you connect the pipes to the shelves? It looks like you drilled holes through the used threaded pipe. However from the pics the threading only looks to be where the shelves are. Are the connectors linking 2 pipes. So you have one through the shelf and another from the shelf top of them shelf to the bottom on the next one?
I used a 1 and 1/16" bit to drill holes in the 1" wood. In that hole is a 1.5" threaded pipe that connects the couplings or at the top a cap. 3/4" pipe has an outside diameter of 1" and using the drill bit I did makes it easy to fit the pipe into the holes otherwise you will spend a lot of time reaming out the holes. I made sure that all holes are the same bu using the previous shelf as a guide or the next one. Hope this makes sense.
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Very nice!
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