3/8" Adjustable U Zinc Came - Strip

$6.95 USD
Item# 5604
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  • 3/8" Adjustable U zinc has a 3/8" face and 5/32" wide channel for glass
  • Sold individually in 6 foot lenghts


Product Description

Rigid zinc came provides a strong border for your art. 3/8" Adjustable U (AdjU) zinc features a folded design for extra strength with a 3/8" face and 5/32" wide channel for glass. Sold in individual 6 ft. strips. When ordering individual came pieces an over sized boxing charge will be applied.

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Pros : Packaged well and kept straight through the mail.
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Pros : works great for medium sized panels. Accepts 4mm glass well
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Pros : Comes in box for easy storage; therefore it doesn't bend. I slid it under my countertop for convenient access. Brand new with no smudge marks as sometimes is obtained from handling at local store
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