That's great! :)
Will there a companion club called Safeword?
That will be the new BAGG night
Yes, congratulations, and wishing you much success with the new endeavor!
Congratulations on getting to the finish line! Hope it goes well and looking forward to hearing more about how it's going.
This took considerably less time and hair pulling than last time.
It sure doesn't feel like it.
I suppose there were more posts the first time around so this almost seems instant in comparison. This seems like it took less than a year!
The first child always gets the most attention from parents.
Love the threaded-rod-suspended stainless bar shelves, with the Unistrut at the top. It inspires me for my own shelving projects.
Too bad that stainless steel all-thread is like hen's teeth, though it does look like you have stainless nuts on your zinc-plated all-thread rods.
I'm not a metallurgist, but I'm not sure I trust the zinc plating on the common steel all-thread in that environment, since it seems that intentional rust is not your theme here.
Obvious answer to this problem: Carnuba wax, applied/removed/refreshed every 6 months or a year, with some #0 or #00 steel wool -- shouldn't take long, and will also remove the grime that will surely accumulate. (The other obvious and semi-easy answer is antioxidant oil coating, but when food/prep surface safety is an issue, carnuba wins because it is allegedly edible.)
Better answer: Have some stainless rods threaded on a giant lathe to replace what you have (ha! hahaha! HA!)...but then you'll still need to clean the nooks and crannies from time to time, which the wax-on, wax-off takes care of.
Well, those shelves are the same design we used for the shelves behind the Above DNA bar, and those are a bit over 3 years old now and still looking good, so we'll see how it goes I guess...
Since the concrete back wall is not even remotely collinear between its various segments, the welded frame of the shelves is a very funny shape.