I have a corner base in which to put some revolving shelves. I have the bearings and planing to put one on the bottom then one on a second shelf. Done them before but always looking for fresh ideas. I will probably use birch plywood for the revolving shelf but what are easy solutions for the edges and stop rails on the shelf. I can piece and laminate and bend etc. Ideas?
I believe there is a flexable T-Molding that requires a 1/4" slot or 1/8th" slot routed into the edge of shelf...most are used for edging, but you can buy oversize nosing to get the desired lip. I would probably rip 1/8th" strips and glue and pin 5/8th" brads...about 4 strips...back cutting the over-laps...sanding while glue is still wet. Use small squeeze clamps as you progress. Rick