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I'm looking for a sturdy three shelf rack for stacking printers on. It must have casters.

 

I can't for the life of me find where I can get one of these systems in the picture – but it's ideal but there may be something just as good if anyone has any ideas.

 

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He needs to be a minimum of about 75 cm wide on the shelves about 40 cm deep.

 

What I like about the unit in the picture is that it has casters and the fact that the shelves have a little angle at the back means that things can't roll off very easily but also it means that they will be stronger because each printer could be up to about 18 kg.

 

These printers are photographic inkjet printers. If the shelves can be adjustable then that would be even better. I'm not sure if the ones in the picture are adjustable

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they are a load of rubbish and fall apart with any real weight on em we had those at the works

they wobble laterally and the welds break

 

amazon uk has various models BF.

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Well thanks for the warning. I've been searching Amazon but I have them to find anything similar or any suitable alternative

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They do look very flimsy. Maybe get some aluminium or steel shelving, and throw some casters on it

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

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If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Thanks, they look good – but they aren't wide enough and also the space between the shelves isn't large enough.

 

Too hot. :sick:

 

 

 

 

 

these look good as well – but rather flimsy and you have to add the casters and they already give a warning that you shouldn't use them on anything over 80 cm because of stability problems.

 

Too cold. :sick:

 

 

 

 

Mmm, yummy. Looks exactly right. :biggrin1:

 

 

 

Thanks everyone :hug:

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