Screw-on Corner Braces, 4-Pack  Zoom

Screw-on Corner Braces, 4-Pack

Item #: 67595
$3.79
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Overview

Whether for adding rigidity to cabinets and furniture, or for attaching padded seats to chairs and benches, these corner brackets are an easy and inexpensive add-on. They are also ideal for supporting the top rail of sink cabinets, which typically don't have enough space for a stretcher support running the length of the rail. The flats where the screws insert make installation easy since your screws won't wander as they would if driven in at an angle. Sold in packs of 4.

Technical Details:
  • Corner Braces are constructed of a sturdy molded brown polymer.
  • Diagonal of Brace measures 4-1/4" long.
  • Right-angle sides measure 3" long.
  • 3/4" thick.
  • Attachment of right-angle sides requires (2) #8 or #10 screws (not included) per brace.
  • Attachment for seat or top/bottom (the hole in the center of the brace) requires (1) #8 screw (not included) per brace.

Tech Spec

Manufacturer Part Number H-0436-WAL./BAG-4
Weight (lbs) 0.1200
Hardware Type Corner Brackets

What's included:

(4) Plastic Corner Brackets/Corner Braces

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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If you are building large cabinets...

Richard B from Huntington Station, NY Posted August 18, 2010
If you are building large cabinets and want to give them extra support strength, this bracket is excellent because it binds the walls of cabinet together while taking little space in the cabinet. I placed these brackets in a pantry cabinet built to house swing shelves. While a very strong cabinet, I thought some extra support would make the cabinet more sturdy.

These corner braces are quick and...

Philip T from West Kingston, RI Posted March 6, 2011
These corner braces are quick and sturdy. However, when attaching to table legs and aprons the corner of the project, being made out of 3/4" aprons and 1.5" legs typical, is not a clean 90 degree as the corner of the leg sticks out. This requires a 3/8th shim on one side. If the 90 degree portion of the bracket was truncated back about 3/8", this would take care of the problem.

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- Orval - 08/07/2012

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I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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