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Affix a ceiling tray to the wall with hidden power cables and small shelves for displaying items #1096

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goatchurchprime opened this issue Mar 28, 2019 · 0 comments

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commented Mar 28, 2019

These are the silver metal trays used to carry pipes and wires to the aircon systems. There are two long sections left over.

I saw in RevSpace that they had a wall for displaying projects where the USB power sockets were hidden in each shelf, so it was all very tidy.

If we can construct attachment hooks (3D printed) that slot into the holes to hold small displayt shelves, we could do the same, and make a series of shelves with USB power running up behind the metal and then through a hole for each shelf. Then we'd plug it in at the bottom and screw it to the wall floor to ceiling.

Mostly it would be sensors (MQTT type), led light things, dials, nice 3D printed objects, tensegrity shapes; all the stuff that is too well hidden on the shelves behind the hat stand by the door that are hard to see.

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