|"Kitchen counter" testing|
This is designed to fit inside the two middle narrow dinette risers. The goal is to maximize can storage while providing a means of rotating the cans such that "first can in" is "first can out". I took a number of designs found on the internet to try and choose an ideal slope for the rails such that the cans would freely roll downhill by gravity. Given the confines of the rack is constant (outer cabinet is already constructed), the rail slope had to be balanced with storage capacity as a steep slope means less storage. What I decided upon, I feel, is a reasonable compromise.
|The interior rail structure|
|75 cans total capacity|
|Test fitting in the dinette riser.|
|Side access. Restock at the top, pull from the bottom.|