Adjustable Shelving in Cabinets & Bookcases
Shelving in cabinets, and bookcases are made so as to be adjustable to any heights. Sometimes they are supported by four pins, one at each corner of the shelf, placed in holes bored in the sides of the case. These holes are one inch or more apart and by changing the location of the pins the shelf is adjusted. See some examples of decorative wood shelving used in wall racks and display stands.
At other times four vertical notched strips are fastened to the ends of the case, two at each side, and in the notches cleats are placed on which the shelves rest. By shifting the cleats the shelves are placed as desired.
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