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Ping Pong Accessory and Coat Rack


DevvyM13
DevvyM13
DevvyM13
DevvyM13

The Ping Pong Accessory and Coat Rack was a project I made for a local recreation center. It is 36 inches long, 6 inches wide and 18 inches tall. A 1 3/8 inch forstner bit to drill 12 equally spaced holes in the top shelf of this rack. By using the 6-inch boards, it allowed the ping pong paddles to rest nicely into the holes so that the edges did not rest on or against the wall. The second shelf is narrower so it sits recessed to the ping pong paddles and allows for the ping pong balls to be one deep. A small piece of wood cut at a 45-degree angle was secured to each end of the ping pong ball shelf. A braided wire (picture hanging wire) was stretched on the front of the ping pons shelf with eyelets being used to secure it on either end to secure the balls in the front. Finally, there are square drawer pulls mounted below the ping pong ball shelf so jackets/hats can be hung. I used a tinted polyurethane stain as the wood finish. This was a fun and practical project to make!

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  • Brilliant idea! Thanks for helping out your community with your clever DIY skills!
    By RYOBI Nation, on February 25, 2019

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Ping Pong Accessory and Coat Rack

by DevvyM13
Feb 24, 2019
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The Ping Pong Accessory and Coat Rack was a project I made for a local recreation center. It is 36 inches long, 6 inches wide and 18 inches tall. A 1 3/8 inch forstner bit to drill 12 equally spaced holes in the top shelf of this rack. By using the 6-inch boards, it allowed the ping pong paddles to rest nicely into the holes so that the edges did not rest on or against the wall. The second shelf is narrower so it sits recessed to the ping pong paddles and allows for the ping pong balls to be one deep. A small piece of wood cut at a 45-degree angle was secured to each end of the ping pong ball shelf. A braided wire (picture hanging wire) was stretched on the front of the ping pons shelf with eyelets being used to secure it on either end to secure the balls in the front. Finally, there are square drawer pulls mounted below the ping pong ball shelf so jackets/hats can be hung. I used a tinted polyurethane stain as the wood finish. This was a fun and practical project to make!