Need help identifying a hardware part, please!

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biz_kid1's picture
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Need help identifying a hardware part, please!
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http://theoriginalscrapbox.com/catalog/products/newggthe-sewing-box

If you look at the pull out table in the picture, there is some sort of hardware to guide the table back into the door for storage - anyone know what it is called? It looks like a long drawer glide vertical but at the top it has to have some sort of opening to allow the table to pull out 90-degrees but then stop to keep it from falling off. Any clue anyone? =)

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Hardware

Hi,

It looks similar to bi-fold door hardware only vertical. Would that work?

Anna

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It's like the slides used for

It's like the slides used for "lawyer's bookcases" or "barrister's Bookcases", except placed vertically.

It is a peg in each side of the table top sliding in a channel mounted to the sides of the cabinet.

http://www.finewoodworking.com/FWNPDF/011096051.pdf shows it on page 5 ... the "pin and slot"

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I can't access the link

without creating an account, but that sounds right, Tsu!