Sorry! didn't find any thing that was planned out like a wall hung case, but here is a solution:
It appears "Woodsmith" mag. has had a thing for CD storage cases over the years. They get pretty fancy with most of their storage ideas. They mostly seem to be pull out drawer type storage devices, but a little alternative planning can turn them into a wall hung cabinet.
It all depends whether your friend/customer wants to have 7" deep shelves or much deeper - with pull out drawers. Guess I'd prefer the 7" ones.
Here's what I'd do: I'd use the plan sizes from the "Barrister's CD Cases" Volume 23/No 137
"Woodsmith" and create shelves of that dimension with same upright dividers. (5 3/4" deep shelves with 1/4" vertical dividers every 4" along the shelf) The dividers would have a 45 degree bevel taken from the front top (an isosolese triangle with 2" legs) - to allow for finger access
Woodsmith No. 137 was the October 2001 issue. Other issues of Woodsmith having CD/DVD storage are: 105,148,118,129,69 and 160.
On another subject - Plan and reference for making bread knives just like the ones you want can be found in "WOOD" magazine, #152 (Nov. 2003) pg. 78. Their reference for kits to build these knives (with stainless steel blades) is Schlabaugh Woodworking (http://www.schsons.com
) Here's the link to the knife kit: http://www.schsons.com/home.php?cat=277
Noticed they also have two Stainless steel knives that you can buy seperately. (about $8.75 ea)
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Chuck in Lancaster, CA