Oh, just tell me.
I've seen all the calculators and articles about shelf stress and sagging-ness and it just doesn't seem to compute in my head.
I have several 30" oak wall cabinets. The carcasses are oak plywood. They have center mullions, which I want to remove.
What type of wood (or material) should I use for shelves that won't sag? How thick?
That's all I want to figure out.
I'm am afraid I'm over-thinking it, but I learn by trial and error, heavy on the error part. These shelves will be a lot of material and I just don't want to screw it up.
What would you recommend?