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@Nickp I'll let you know if it helped when my head stops spinning I seem to be having difficulty these days wrapping my head around technical and detailed stuff. I'l re-read it right now (another four times) and try to understand it.

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The 30 – 60 – 90 degree triangle is in the shape of half an equilateral triangle, cut straight down the middle along its altitude. It has angles of 30°, 60°, and 90° and sides in the ratio of
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...and here's me, hoping that you would bring it all to Australia with you.....
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Triangle 30 60 Calculator -- EndMemo
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@Nickp I'll let you know if it helped when my head stops spinning I seem to be having difficulty these days wrapping my head around technical and detailed stuff. I'l re-read it right now (another four times) and try to understand it.

As you noted, the angle is important...

If you post what size shelves you need, how many and the distance between the shelves I can help you with the angles of the slots to put into the braces. The braces could be made out of one 4'x4' piece of 3/4 ply so you won't need to join boards. Of course that depends on your measurements...the example I used can make the braces from one 4'x4' piece...just a thought...then you can use your router free-hand to round-over the edges of all the pieces...

You will also need another piece to make the shelves but you'll need something to make the cuts for the L-shapes and braces...

Then you can disassemble/reassemble on site...
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Barb...see my post above for determining the angles...but...

I checked your profile and don't see any "cutting" tools...do you have a circular saw...? Or, what do you use to cut the pieces for your signs...?
Guess I better update my tool list, huh? I have 10" Bosch sliding compound miter, corded and cordless circular saws, (that are actually Ken's, but we all know the wife's rules when it comes to things owned by whom... ) just no table saw. also have jig saws. My scroll saw would of course be too small.

I was thinking going with 6" wide shelves. I found the size of the one I posted, and it seems to be a bit too small; it's only 12" high, I want to say. three (3) shelves are good, but I definitely want it to be corner-style, like this picture.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/7113463...e_feat_1&pro=1

According to the link above, here's the dimensions, but they're a bit too small. What I'm displaying won't weigh much, but I want it a little bigger
Sizes are as follows:

total height: 12”
Length of shelves: 16”
Length between shelves: 4”
Individual shelf depth: 3”
Wide of entire unit: 9”

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Guess I better update my tool list, huh? I have 10" Bosch sliding compound miter, corded and cordless circular saws, (that are actually Ken's, but we all know the wife's rules when it comes to things owned by whom... ) just no table saw. also have jig saws. My scroll saw would of course be too small.

Ok, then...what you have will do...circ saw and jig saw can make the slots in the braces...circ saw (and a long enough straight edge) can cut the shapes of the braces and L-shaped shelves along with the jig saw... Straight edge and protractor or speed square can help put pencil marks on the braces for the slots and the bottoms of the braces...

...see...you're almost there...but you'll need to put up with my hand drawings...
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@Nickp I stand corrected; I guess the dimensions of the picture would work... they've got bottles the size of salad dressing on theirs, and that's bigger than the items I was gonna put on my shelves; they have big coffee mugs on there, too. I only planned on putting the stand for glasses, and tablet/phone stands on there.

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Couple of more measurements...how tall do you want it...? and how much distance between the shelves...

This will determine the width of ply to use... assuming you want to use ply... With ply you could make the braces and shelves one piece instead of having to join at corners...your choice...
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