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Old 9th May 2003, 07:55 AM   #1
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Hey...

I wanna start making some rack units and looking at the construction of a unit i found this thing that runs alond the 4 corner sides and holds the 4 panels together...

(red arrows indicate where the top and one of the side panels would go)

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Does anyone what this thing is and where I can get some from...? Would make the whole process very easy

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Old 9th May 2003, 09:04 AM   #2
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Does anyone what this thing is . . .
Looks to be an aluminum extrusion.

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P.S. OK so honestly I've never seen it before in my life so I wouldn't know where to get any. But it does look kinda loose, no screws or anything?
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So how come no link from your website to diyAudio? Naughty boy!
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P.S. OK so honestly I've never seen it before in my life so I wouldn't know where to get any. But it does look kinda loose, no screws or anything?
Hey Tim, yup the screws are not shown (i know where to get them from ;p)....

Thanks for the elp tho...

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looks like the stuff i used to make flightcases with. Got all my bits from adam hall.I think its called casemaker or simalar
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So how come no link from your website to diyAudio? Naughty boy!

D'oh!! Hadn't thought of that for some reason, lol. Will do next update, I promise...

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To me it looks like the brackets that holds my closset togehter
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looks like the stuff i used to make flightcases with. Got all my bits from adam hall.I think its called casemaker or simalar
Hmm, nice stuff. I'll be using some next time.
Thanks for the link.

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