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Joining Rite-Edge

How to join two pieces of Rite-Edge

The standard method of joining two pieces of Rite-Edge is to use its unique telescopic joining system. Rite-Edge is made from high quality aircraft grade aluminium which is extruded to a strong 100mm deep section that has incorporated into its design a male and a female section. These two sections slide together not only giving the unique sliding telescopic joint but also a joint that is true and straight.........not a flimsy wobbly joining system but a precision engineered joint! This method of joining Rite-Edge pieces to each other is the most popular method but in some peoples view it is not aesthetically pleasing in that it does leave what can be best described as a stepped joint, the top picture on the right hand side shows this.

Now there is a quick and easy way to join Rite-Edge without the stepped joint. The new flush fit joiner pack provides 14 small pieces of Rite-Edge that enable two longer  pieces to be joined together still using the unique telescopic system but resulting a flat face finish.

Flush JointThe precision engineered joint is still achieved when using the joiners. Pictures 2, 3 and 4 show the simple process of using the flush fit joiners. Joiners can be purchased from the web site store and are available in all the standard Rite-Edge colours of natural, brown, green and black.

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