This Slide-Out Belt Rack from Hafele tucks your belt collection into a narrow space, yet provides easy access with the 3/4 extension slide. With hooks for six belts, plus plenty of room for stacking, you won't have to sacrifice selection for the sake of order. Choose from three finishes to match other Hafele Synergy accessories. Anodized aluminum with black plastic hooks. 14-1/8"L x 2-3/16"W x 1-11/16"H.
Kit contains the hardware needed to build the crib specified in Crib Plan with Fixed Sides (30704, sold separately). Includes mattress spring, cylinder nuts, connector bolts, hex key wrench, hex-head machine screws, height-adjustment brackets, wood screws and clear teething rail. Brass finish. Also available in white, brown and nickel finishes (all sold separately).
The classic American blonde, Hard Maple features creamy white sapwood with a reddish cast, and rugged durability. The wood has an exceptionally fine, even texture, and tight pores that yield an excellent finished surface. These thin boards are machined S4S to 1/8" and 1/4" thicknesses, eliminating wear and tear on your planer. You won't have to worry about chipout, which is difficult to prevent when planing thin stock. Thin boards are ideal for edging, veneering, inlay, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock, bent laminations and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Tree: May reach a height of 70 to 120 feet, with a 24 to 36 inch diameter trunk. Sapwood Color: White with a reddish cast.Heartwood Color: Uniformly pale reddish brown or light tan. Grain: Usually fairly straight, but can also be curly or wavy. Sometimes exhibits decorative figuring like bird's eye, maple burl, blister, leaf, and fiddleback.Texture: Very fine and even.Working properties: Due to hardness, tools must be kept very sharp.Carving: Responds well to carving tools.Steam bending properties: Fair.Strength Properties: Very high bending strength. Resistance to compression parallel to the grain is high. Hardness is rated as medium. It is heavy, and resists denting and marring. Hard Maple can be up to 25 percent harder than Soft Maple.