A couple weeks ago, I posted about my completed Honda Element micro-camper setup. I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback (thank you!) and requests for plans.
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been slowly digitizing, and so here are the plans for the shelf that I made.
The link below is to a PDF assembly drawing of the fully assembled shelf. It has some key assembly dimensions, as well as some assembly notes.
The link below is for a STEP file, which includes a 3D CAD model for the entire shelf assembly. I like using Fusion360 as my CAD software, but STEP should be compatible with a lot of CAD packages out there.
The link below is for individual DXF files for each of the funny-shaped plywood pieces. If you have access to a laser cutter, that is an ideal way to cut cardboard templates, or etch the plywood directly with cut lines, or even cut the plywood itself (if you have access to a laser like that, good job, you are doing well!).
And finally, this last link is the giant full scale printable template of all 5 funny-shaped pieces. I recommend using Acrobat Reader (which is free to download). When you go to print, there is an option for “Poster” under “Paper Sizing & Handling”. This will tile 8.5″x11″ sheets over this giant drawing. After you print out all the pages, you’ll have to piece the individual sheets together to form the actual template.
If you do end up building this, or tweaking the plans to your own needs, please let me know. I would love to see what you come up with!
I also made a quick video with more detailed explanations for design and construction. GOOD LUCK!