Now that I have several digital cutters. And they take up usable play space on my counter top. I'm looking for a great way to sack them.
I have a KNK Groove, Cricut Expression and Craftrobo. I haven't used the Craftrobo in a while but my friend does when she comes over to scrap. So I'm going to leave it as her crafting station for now.
So here his how I keep my KNK I use almost every day.
And on the Left of the KNK is my Computer center. I have my laptop which is connected to the KNK, my printer, the wireless router, the cooler pad for the laptop, Digital scale for mailing all the packages. So where the heck am I going to put the New Cricut Expression so I can hook it up to the laptop as well.
Well, I'm going to give this a try and see how it works. I bought this white shelf (also comes in black) at walmart it was $13.97. I had to really check the sizes as they had 3 different shelves. And I measured the length of my KNK which is about 24 inches, and I measure how tall and its about 12 so I got this one # 9177. Which was the middle size one. The Shelf is 22inches wide and the opening was perfect clearance for the mat. So don't get a smaller one if you have a 13" Cutter. And the sides are open so you know the machine will fit in side. And its 14 wide so its plenty wide enough for the machine. And the spacing between the shelves is over 13. So I thought this might work perfect.
So, now I have a few shelves left. I could add the robo on top. As storage. I could also shorten the legs as they are plastic and you can cut them with a hack saw or miter saw. So it wouldn't be so high. But for now, I think I'm going to use the rest of the shelves to put my printer on and put my digital scale on and some other stuff, So I can get them off the counter.
Now if your asking about Mat support for the cricut. Well, I'm thinking of getting some "L" brackets and attaching them to the shelf and adding a white board on to the back of the shelf so it will support the Cricut mats. I have them in the shed so just need to go dig them out and give this a go.
So do you think this will work! We will see.
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