DIY 16x20 Tray Ladder

DIY 16x20 Tray Ladder

  1. felipemorgan

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  2. Toffle

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    Very cool and simple solution. This follows up very nicely a discussion in a similar thread. I think I'll be giving something like this a try very soon.

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    Bravo! Well done.
     
  4. Christopher Walrath

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    I can do that. See, Tom. This solves some of the space trouble. Thanks, Phillip.
     
  5. David A. Goldfarb

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    Very nice, simple design, and it doesn't take up too much space when not in use.
     
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    Nice job, I'll have to file this one away, I'll sure it will come in handy.

    Roger
     
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    Well done and Thank You. I was given several 16x20" trays and though I can fit three of them in my sink, if I ever decide to tone anything, I may well want to have a similar setup. By the way, for those with the more flexible trays, if you make another triangle and turn it upside down between the two he has arranged, you will end up with a mid support as well and the other two triangles will keep the middle one supported on the ends. Just a thought.