How to Make a Wood Holder Out of Pipes

We needed something to hold wood in. The space is small. So I wanted something rustic and thought of using galvanized pipe painted black.

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How to Make a Wood Holder Out of Pipes
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This is the space where it's going.

This is the space where it's going.

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My rough drawing.

My rough drawing.

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I drew a more detail drawing to make sure all details were correct.

I drew a more detail drawing to make sure all details were correct.

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Galvanized piping!

Galvanized piping!

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All the parts, if you can find them!

All the parts, if you can find them!

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Had to get some extra piping. So I got the store to cut and thread them.

Had to get some extra piping. So I got the store to cut and thread them.

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Got all my pieces, now I'm ready to assemble.

Got all my pieces, now I'm ready to assemble.

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I started with a base and assemble it a piece at a time. Until I complete the end.

I started with a base and assemble it a piece at a time. Until I complete the end.

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This was a dry fit so the coupler is off a little. After tightening it does line up better.

This was a dry fit so the coupler is off a little. After tightening it does line up better.

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Continue building piece by piece.

Continue building piece by piece.

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This was the dry fit before tightening everything up. Good thing I put it together first, because there was an issue.

This was the dry fit before tightening everything up. Good thing I put it together first, because there was an issue.

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I couldn't screw in the last tee. I had to put in another coupler to complete the stand. A coupler is needed when you have a complete connected series. I had 3 complete series instead of 2.

I couldn't screw in the last tee. I had to put in another coupler to complete the stand. A coupler is needed when you have a complete connected series. I had 3 complete series instead of 2.

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I pulled it all apart and started to tighten all the fittings. Once that is done wipe the pipes down and your ready to paint!

I pulled it all apart and started to tighten all the fittings. Once that is done wipe the pipes down and your ready to paint!

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After 3-4 coats you're done! Now ready for some wood!

After 3-4 coats you're done! Now ready for some wood!

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And here it is holding wood! Thanks for viewing.

And here it is holding wood! Thanks for viewing.

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