Let’s say that lately I’m stuck with the DIY deco and organization projects for the house, but as a good geek, I like to play with blender first to see if the idea can be functional or not (also the visually appealing). So this time (and from time to time) I’ll share in blender models of some DIY ideas for home… or just general ideas, anything that I can think of.
Last night, seeking of ideas for storing our shoes, we came up with this shoemaker. It’s pretty simple and I think it will be a success at home. It is made mostly of wood with some aluminum tubing and some nails.
I attached the approximated measures, a cutting plane for the wood, in which case that might be the hardest part. Taking a MDF table 90x210cm (the smallest that our local store had) make 4 cuts of 30cm wide by 90cm long. One of the strips has to be cut in 3 equally squares of 30cm, which at the end, will have to cut diagonally to become the supporting triangles.
In addition to this, you only need about 18 nails to attach the triangles to the bases, about 6 ramplug with screws to adjust the base to the wall, 6 aluminum rods that exceed at least 3cm per side from the 90 cm, and to prevent the rods to stick out, simply adjust a screw or nail through the lower side (the rod should be passing vertically).
Any other ideas, suggestions … are welcome! I hope you like the idea and if you are curious with the blender, here I leave the source file, you can download by clicking here: https://www.dropbox.com/blender-shoemaker-tatica
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