OK so a reality check regarding import taxes, VAT, handling fees etc and it turns out this project will be to expensive for the moment. I still need more counter top space and a place to store appliances and various bits and pieces.
So my re calculated idea is to use a HD steel shelf. The shelf got 5 floors in MDF. 90 cm wide. And total height of 183 cm. Depth is 46 cm. Each of the 4 legs are made from steel and each of the 5 shelves just clamps onto the legs, one on top of the other.
Here is the budget solution I will use as a starting point, I will need to modify at least one shelf so I can pull out the self to double the depth.
A microwave oven can be stored as is on a shelf. But other appliances might need to be pulled out to be able to use, like a food processor. I've been looking for some special henges that could work for me with no luck.
The idea was that a least one of the shelves should be able to pull out so I can get full access to ie foodprcessor. But for the needed strength and stable foundation I think the new layer of shelf I put onto an execisting one should pull out and drop down the same amount as the thickness of the shelf below so that I get a new work top with a depth of 2 x 46 cm, and the new workspace is just one solid, flat workspace. Then I can access the foodprocessor fully, and still have enough width to cut dough or make rolls or whatever on that very same workspace.
I will use some of the nifty wire management solutions linked here in the thread to organize and tidy up cables so things looks neat.
Any idea how to go about creating a new layer of pull out shelf
on top of another shelf so that the surface area are 100% flush and even when pulled out?
My first idea was to use the mechanism/hardware from kitchen cabinets pull out drawers, but the more thinking I did the more it seems clear those will not be able to take the abuse from working foodprocessor.
Something like this;
Maybe some know what rating those sliding tracks have?