I have the opportunity to aquire a bunch of perfectly good steel cube wall sections. If I don't take them they probably get binned. I can't think of anything to do with them though and my garage is only so big for storing stuff I might not use. Any ideas?
sizes are 36x42, 48x42, 54x51, 24x51 all three inch wide
If there's any accessories (desk brackets, shelves, etc..) then they become more useful. I'm guessing not.
If you have welding/fabrication skills, that opens more possibilities than using them whole or cutting and bolting together sections.
A.) in pairs: firewood racks
B.) cut down to make workbench legs
C.) cut apart and use the sections to build whatever...
D.) trade them for ca$h money as scrap metal, buy something you need, maybe chocolate. (haven't sold steel for a while, I have heard some places have a ton minimum load for steel & iron)
D.1) sometimes the scrap dealers have interesting stuff taken as scrap set aside to resell, or trade.
E.) the levelling feet could be reused in a new project, unscrew them all and save those if nothing else.
E.1) you maybe could Ebay/Craigslist the feet for more money than the frames. (options D & E go well with each other --save the feet, scrap the frames--, in fact if the feet have plastic, the scrap guy may stiff you for it not being ALL steel)
They don't have to be welded, bolts can go right through those holes.
If you decide to sell them as scrap, please post here to see if anyone wants them first. I know if they were within kicking distance of me, I'd come get them. Those are WAY better than scrap.