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I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a "retro" shelf in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.

Is there a difference in "strength" (i.e., able to hold more or less weight) between figure A or B.

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Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with 3 strong 5mm bolts through the shelf.

edit: this is the idea but with 3 instead of 2 flange sets
enter image description here

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a "retro" shelf in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.

Is there a difference in "strength" (i.e., able to hold more or less weight) between figure A or B.

enter image description here

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with 3 strong 5mm bolts through the shelf.

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a "retro" shelf in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.

Is there a difference in "strength" (i.e., able to hold more or less weight) between figure A or B.

enter image description here

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with 3 strong 5mm bolts through the shelf.

edit: this is the idea but with 3 instead of 2 flange sets
enter image description here

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I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a "retro" shelf (in retro style) in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.
Now is my question:
Is

Is there a difference in 'strength'"strength" (meaning by that, holding weighti.e., able to hold more or less weight) between figure A or B. 

enter image description here

Edit: to update/enlighten some.

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and walland wall) which will be connected with 3 strong 5mm bolts through the shelf. (3 for each flange)
I hope this will make all a little more 'logical/understandable'.

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a shelf (in retro style) in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.
Now is my question:
Is there a difference in 'strength' (meaning by that, holding weight) between figure A or B.enter image description here

Edit: to update/enlighten some.

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with strong 5mm bolts through the shelf. (3 for each flange)
I hope this will make all a little more 'logical/understandable'.

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a "retro" shelf in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.

Is there a difference in "strength" (i.e., able to hold more or less weight) between figure A or B. 

enter image description here

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with 3 strong 5mm bolts through the shelf.

Edit to make question and info a little more clear.
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I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a shelf (in retro style) in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.
Now is my question:
Is there a difference in 'strength' (meaning by that, holding weight) between figure A or B.enter image description here

Edit: to update/enlighten some.

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with strong 5mm bolts through the shelf. (3 for each flange)
I hope this will make all a little more 'logical/understandable'.

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a shelf (in retro style) in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.
Now is my question:
Is there a difference in 'strength' (meaning by that, holding weight) between figure A or B.enter image description here

I am new to this forum so please bear with me.

My wife wants a shelf (in retro style) in the kitchen and wants it as figure B on the image.
Now is my question:
Is there a difference in 'strength' (meaning by that, holding weight) between figure A or B.enter image description here

Edit: to update/enlighten some.

Shelf B will have on the bottom the same flange as it will have on the top (and wall) which will be connected with strong 5mm bolts through the shelf. (3 for each flange)
I hope this will make all a little more 'logical/understandable'.

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