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Old 06-16-2011, 10:06
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Default Standing Peg Board displays

Do anyone have any good instructions for making standing pegboard displays that are on mobile and accordian style? I am looking to put some in my house for the time being and eventually using them in shows.. any suggestions would be welcome.
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Old 06-16-2011, 10:14
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Default Re: Standing Peg Board displays

Search!! There's good examples all over the place in here.
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Old 06-20-2011, 06:03
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Default Re: Standing Peg Board displays

i couldnt find plan photos, but found some in works. I had not painted and now i have moved onto gridwalls
These were east to make
basically upside down t with triable supports. we cut part way through the wood so you could slid pegboard down it collaspes down as there are two bars that go across on at top and one at bottom
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:19
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Default Re: Standing Peg Board displays

My hubby built me one upright stand for an instore display. I didn't use it in a store but used it for one show. It isn't exactly want I need so I am going to make him add to it for an accordian-style for the next show. We took pegboard and cut 2 foot off the top and split the remaining 6 foot down the middle into equal 2 foot that is a 6x2 peice. We got a long hinge from Home Depot and attached the two pieces together - and the frame is 2x2s with a 2x4 brace in the middle, I think. He then cut a board into a triangle for a shelf. The shelf is what I am having him take out so I can open it up more. When I have him build more, I am not sure that we will attach them together. I think the 2 peices will probably be enough for one unit because they are heavy and bulky, but I will stand the sections close together. And, I am going to have him put on casters (with brakes) so they are easy to move. Hope all that makes sense.

Here is a picture of it before the shelf was added - the way I want them all to be now.
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