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PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 5:12 
Hello, I would build a kind of platform for storing up to canvases, drawing boards and glass frames, it would 2m50 long and 0.75 wide with a height of 2m26. It would be located in a corner of the room audessus a door (hence the height de2m26) and would be determined by the short side wall (carrier) and is based on the other side by 2 feet. What kind of metal use, square or round section?
OF royalties thank you for your advice and suggestions

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 6:06 

the first question is whether the type of loading (weight distribution) will be applied on this structure.
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PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 8:15 

it can be done with the X30 or 30 square profile of the angle.
easier in my opinion that 'with the round especially if you want to weld the pieces together

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 9:36 

bennnnnnn.. An area of 1.9m ², a tance of 2.50 long supported by a bearing wall on the one hand and two feet at the ends, on the other hand, metal framing.
To support canvases, drawing boards and executives glass..

And for the platform, metal or wood?
canvases and boxes are light enough but executives glass may be heavier.

Irons angles of 30 with braces should be able to make the case for the platform that I imagine very well in wood.
As for
feet, square or round tube with a base will make it more aesthetic

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 10:15 
Re hello and thank you all for your ideas, a few small details: c ' is the short side of 0.75 which is fixed to the wall and the other end of the 2 feet.
-I love that the platform is to crate

- glazed frames are heavier but much less numerous and can go at each ends
- I forgot to mention that the structure must be dismantled

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 11:08 
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