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Midtown Houston

Aluminum Glass Stand

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High quality aluminum glass stand.  This is our 6th modification to this stand.  Very easy to put together.....take 30 min. Come with rubber molding, wheel, and all hardware to put together. All you need is a rubber mallet and hex tool. Glass must be 6' wide and any height up to 6' tall. Glass is not supply. We can also custom make it to your glass width if you use shorter glass width. Email me (Norngllc@gmail.com) if you are interested and take your shop to another level. $650 plus $50 shipping to your door.  Made by a window tinter so you know it work and it work goooooood !!!!

*****Wholesale inquiries are welcome*******

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12 hours ago, Diablo's Tint said:

Or you can just build your own. $650? :rollin Take some of your profit and pay to advertise on tintdude.com 

https://www.amazon.com/80-20-Inc-T-Slotted-Extrusion/dp/B001F0F112/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547428700&sr=8-1&keywords=80%2F20+inc

It will cost more due to all the screw and additional hardware to put together....you are not buying this hardware from homedepot....i buy 2 pallets of metal and hardware at a time.  We currently wholesale it to a big film company that buy it for their dealerships.  This stand is solid....

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46 minutes ago, Midtown Houston said:

It is solid.....remember this is our 6th modification....

I also do steel construction and we've used alum mullion like that as framing around the glass in those big buildings in NYC that have a glass facade, so i'll agree that's the good shiz you got there, and not cheap.

Just a tip if ever needed, the L shaped angle piece at the base, if it doesn't give you the needed bracing i've used a piece of square tube like a 6x6 tube and it restrains that bend that may cause sway at the inside corner of the L, in your case if you replaced those L's with a same length piece of 6x6 tube or bigger, the tube will have a bracing action. 

Also you can lay a piece of wood or alum channel across from tube to tube to act as a shelf under the glass, or light tubing all the way across. Just my input in case there's a 7th mod ;-) 

 

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5 hours ago, Tint Slayer said:

I also do steel construction and we've used alum mullion like that as framing around the glass in those big buildings in NYC that have a glass facade, so i'll agree that's the good shiz you got there, and not cheap.

Just a tip if ever needed, the L shaped angle piece at the base, if it doesn't give you the needed bracing i've used a piece of square tube like a 6x6 tube and it restrains that bend that may cause sway at the inside corner of the L, in your case if you replaced those L's with a same length piece of 6x6 tube or bigger, the tube will have a bracing action. 

Also you can lay a piece of wood or alum channel across from tube to tube to act as a shelf under the glass, or light tubing all the way across. Just my input in case there's a 7th mod ;-) 

 

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We was going to do that....but found a more cost saving solution....when the wheel are lock in place...it does not move and is solid.  

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