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Jewelry Box Tray Support

Item #
40436
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100% of 100

Lifts and lowers the jewelry box tray when lid opens and closes. By lifting the top tray, the support provides access to the jewelry below.

More Information
Brand No
Manufacturer Part Number TL-404
Weight 0.3000
Tech Spec
  • Measures 7" long overall
  • Use with a 95° stop hinges
  • Solid Brass
Tech Docs No
Application No
Cabinet Application No
Open Degree No
Finish Brass
Style No
Tab No
Cup Diameter No
Cup Depth No
Minimum Door Thickness No
Maximum Door Thickness No
Adjustments No
Gap No
Demountable No
Minimum Reveal No
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Excellent product. Very high quality
March 28, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I made one jewelry chest, using...
I made one jewelry chest, using a Rockler plan and another of my own design, and I couldn't be happier with these tray supports. The quality is excellent, they're easy to install, and give stunning results. It helps to have these on hand BEFORE you begin your project so you can accurately determine how wide to make the tray for a nice tight fit. I found a mistake about the "setback" side mounting in the directions in the package but that was a very simple fix because the mounts are adjustable front to back. I was very pleased to see that the hinge came apart and could be reversed to get a tighter fit against the tray. Tip: A tiny drop of Locktite Blue on the threads, at final assembly, will keep the hinge permanently tight and from becoming loose and wobbly with use. I will definitely buy these again!
January 25, 2011
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Why did you choose this?
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making an heirloom jewelry box for my wife and Rockler is the only place I found the type of hinge I wanted for this project.
Raymond S on May 21, 2017
I am making a combination jewelry/music box. I need the tray support to be able to view the underlying music movement.
Ray on Aug 10, 2015
making an heirloom jewelry box for my wife and Rockler is the only place I found the type of hinge I wanted for this project.
Raymond S on May 21, 2017
I hope it will work on a cedar chest that I am building.
Vergil D on Oct 16, 2016
I am making a combination jewelry/music box. I need the tray support to be able to view the underlying music movement.
Ray on Aug 10, 2015
Haven't used these yet!
David G on May 18, 2015
I hope it will work on a cedar chest that I am building.
Vergil D on Oct 16, 2016
Haven't used these yet!
David G on May 18, 2015
What is the depth required for installation?
Lee A on Aug 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: the instructions are ambiguous on your first go around. I have used this tray support at least a dozen times and found the following to work every time.

install the support between the lid and the box exactly as instructed from the hinge to the lid. leave the box connection alone.
holding the box connection in place, make the dimensions for the tray by clamping the box connectors; don't worry about the box connections yet as the width and front to hinge side to side of the tray is unforgiving.
Now make the tray.Once you have made the tray, Lay the tray on the fixture and while holding it the tray in place, mark the elypictal holes directions. then with the tray in place, mark the box connections. be careful to mark the oval screw holes as close as possible to the center as this is the only level adjustment and the slightest shift drasiticly shifts the level front to back.
I highly recommend installing the tray support first, then make the tray, then make the final attachment to the inside of the box as the horizontal distance is critical.
it may sound complicated, but once you get past the first one the next one is a piece of cake and you will say
"what was I afraid of"
Just start at the top and work down then build the tray
Hope this helps you.
Harry
Is there a larger version of this for use on a cedar chest?
Jim R on Aug 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have never seen a larger version. This oneis mostly suited for a small to mid sized jewelry or keepsake box. I believe if you go bigger than a 6 1/2" to 7" tray width, you will be past the center for the lift and the tray would tip.
Are there install instructions?
David on Jan 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No instructions, I just used a template and trial and error on scrap woods first.
I have a small -5-6 in square jewelry box. The lid hinge was held on with teenie gold brads, which are lost. How could I repair the box?
Kathy T on May 11, 2018
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