24' predrilled melamine boards

gmp3February 13, 2011


My husband will be building some shelving in a storage area. He found melamine panels at HD with holes predrilled for shelf pegs. However we would like to make 24" wide shelves.

Does anyone where we could find this product int he desired width?

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Can't say I've seen it but can't say I've looked for it either. The product exists but if you can't find it locally, the shipping is probably going to be cost prohibitive.

It's really not that hard to drill your own holes. The cheapest way is a piece of peg board and a drill bit with a stop collar. If you want to spend a little more money, Rockler sells a jig and specially designed drill bit. It's on sale now for $28.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rockler Jig It Shelving Jig

    Bookmark   February 15, 2011 at 8:20AM
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