On November 18, 2011 at 23:02, Indigo said...
If you are familiar to Salamander, then 80/20 aluminum is best candidate.
When I read this I thought you were wrong. Now I see I'm just confused. Do you mean they used 8020 aluminum, which is a grade of aluminum, or aluminum products from the company 80/20?
I've seen other used standard rack rails for custom armoires...I was Speechless, these guys need to put down their crack pipes.
What does this mean? Middle Atlantic gives specifications for cabinetry to be made for rack rails to be mounted in. Are you saying they're crazy? Are you saying you've not yet seen it done right?
I built switching systems (from scratch) for a hi fi store back in 1972, and all a carpenter needed was two pieces of rack rail and the finish dimension of the opening. He made five foot tall racks that held everything. Aren't there people around today who can do this in shorter heights?