Re: [AH] sliding rack sides

From Mark Pulver
Sent Thu, Apr 10th 2008, 22:53

DIY as far as I know.

Head to your local home improvement store and look at the sliding rail 
options. They come in a lot of different strengths and provide different 
levels of "slop in the rail".

The rig in that pic wouldn't be too hard to set up. You'll wanna get some 
blank rail (Atlantic) then lay it on top of the sliders to get an idea of 
how it all fits together. Once you have the pieces in front of you, I think 
you'll find a way to do it. :)

Mark
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magnetize (01:33 PM 4/10/2008) wrote:
 >does anyone know where i can get sliding sides for a rack that would, for
 >example, allow me to rackmount my mackie 1202 & control freak (for my
 >microwave1 - analogue content....hehe) facing upwards and slide it back in
 >for easy transport.
 >
 >its hard to explain but you can see what i mean in this tim exile video.
 >he's got his doepfer regelwerk setup this way :
 >
 >http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=exilemovie&L=1&ftu=94d6a9ac55
 >58453
 >
 >http://www.iolfree.ie/~blingbling/1.jpg
 >
 >ive looked but the nearest i can find is this :
 >
 >http://www.digiconcepts.com/chenbro_caseaccessories_05.htm
 >
 >but they dont have the rackholes on the top.
 >
 >will this be a diy effort or can they be bought??