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PomeloPomeloVor 3 Jahren
Hi guys!

Like many of you, I've run into the problem of not having enough space to display all of my figures. I've put away some of them in storage (in PLASTIC storage bins this time, learning from my mistake a few years ago in another article...) but my display is still pretty cramped!

This is a picture of my display when I first set it up. What I'd like to do to create more space is get some smaller transparent 'steps' to place on the shelves so that I can have multiple stages to display the figures. I've seen this done a lot on here, but I haven't really managed to find anything that would work irl...I live in a pretty small city, so we don't have much.

What have you guys used/bought to create these shelves?

Thanks~!
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They expect you to assemble the low shelf within the high shelf, so if you want to use two high shelves out of one set, you'll need to compensate with the Ex-02 long legs (8x per pack = 4x per shelf, 2 acrylic shelves)
Vor 3 Jahren
mukyuuVor 3 Jahren#17922157I suggest you to read this BLOG #8346 it has a lot of info on risers.
That was a really nice helpful article, thanks!


KaigeKrysinVor 3 Jahren#17920220I use the riser series that was just mentioned, feel free to look through my detolf pics to see how ive used them. profile/KaigeKr...
Ive got a range of both the rectangles that are deep and shallow and the circle ones and also bought a few packs of extra leg pieces. Absolutely recommend them the ability to customise heights etc is amazing.


Your setups are really cool! I especially like your AoT one.
Vor 3 Jahren
I suggest you to read this BLOG #8346 it has a lot of info on risers.
Vor 3 Jahren
I use the riser series that was just mentioned, feel free to look through my detolf pics to see how ive used them. profile/KaigeKr...
Ive got a range of both the rectangles that are deep and shallow and the circle ones and also bought a few packs of extra leg pieces. Absolutely recommend them the ability to customise heights etc is amazing.
Vor 3 Jahren
xCommandoVor 3 Jahren#17918354There are also these on Otakumode: otakumode.com/s... as well as HLJ: hlj.com/product... , hlj.com/product... , hlj.com/product...
I literally just found out those were on HLJ too, haha. I might buy a couple right now.. >->
They're nice cus you can separate the tiers and still get a good rise in height because of how you build them. I wish I saved whoever had a display with them but they looked really nice.


Thank you!
Vor 3 Jahren
There are also these on Otakumode: otakumode.com/s... as well as HLJ: hlj.com/product... , hlj.com/product... , hlj.com/product...
I literally just found out those were on HLJ too, haha. I might buy a couple right now.. >->
They're nice cus you can separate the tiers and still get a good rise in height because of how you build them. I wish I saved whoever had a display with them but they looked really nice.
Vor 3 Jahren
KalasRavenVor 3 Jahren#17917338I use these, they're called risers. www.amazon.com/...

StalgonoffVor 3 Jahren#17917399I believe you're describing risers. www.amazon.ca/C... www.amazon.ca/C.... You can pick them up from your national Amazon if you have one, or other online shops as well as hobby stores. There are also circular ones.
I personally just use books as risers since I have a lot of manga and light novels, but I do want some actual risers once I get another bookshelf. I wanted to raise up ITEM #166975, but ordering ones large enough to Canada would've cost a lot so I built one out of lego and since it's behind my laptop it just looks like she's floating.


Thank you to the both of you, this is exactly what I was thinking of but didn't know what they were called! This makes everything so much easier.
Vor 3 Jahren
I believe you're describing risers. www.amazon.ca/C... www.amazon.ca/C.... You can pick them up from your national Amazon if you have one, or other online shops as well as hobby stores. There are also circular ones.

I personally just use books as risers since I have a lot of manga and light novels, but I do want some actual risers once I get another bookshelf. I wanted to raise up ITEM #166975, but ordering ones large enough to Canada would've cost a lot so I built one out of lego and since it's behind my laptop it just looks like she's floating.
Vor 3 Jahren
I use these, they're called risers. www.amazon.com/...
Vor 3 Jahren
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