It's been a while since I've posted to this forum, and I figured it is about time I come back and post something. I've worked on a few largish projects in the last few months and thought I'd post them here.
The first one was done at the end of the year last year before I took a trip the the US.
I started with a mockup of a prototype that was sent to the client and then revised a few times to get to what he wanted. The ultimate goal is to make a sorting shelf for his hundreds of hair dye colors to be on display in his hair salon.
Next came an actual mockup to visualize the thickness of the shelves.
The whole thing would have a frame of plywood and then be skinned in acrylic. Glossy white and black acrylic.
Here are the dividers being cut to shape. There is a concave curve on the face of each divider so fingers can get in and grab a box from the shelf.
Here I am cutting the slots for the dividers to slide into out of black acrylic that lines the top and bottom of each shelf.
The whole thing mounts to the wall with a french cleat.
A pic sent to me from the client of the shelves in use.