What is this piece of hardware called?

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Old 09-12-10, 12:24 PM
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What is this piece of hardware called?

Anyone know what this is called and where I can buy more of them?

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Old 09-12-10, 02:27 PM
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Re: How to put pictures in your post

Thanks for the link, but was there an issue with my photo? After reading that I didn't see an issue.

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Originally Posted by hardwaremojo View Post
Thanks for the link, but was there an issue with my photo? After reading that I didn't see an issue.

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I didn't see a picture the first time. I see it now.
 
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Looks proprietary. What is it used for?
 
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That looks like countless nameless attachment thingamabobs that hold washing machines, vcrs, window frames, shower doors, knock-down funiture, etc, etc, etc!

To find out what exactly that is called you would need the name the manufacturer calls it.
 
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Not sure what it's for

I'm not sure what it's for or who makes it. I found it in the bottom of my tool box and it works perfectly to reinforce the bottoms of my dresser drawers. I just need more of them.

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It looks like a piece used to reinforce the joints of inexpensive cabinets. You can check your home supply center to see if they have something similar.
 
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Ikea has odds and ends of hardware to.
 
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Old 09-12-10, 07:05 PM
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Not an exact match . . .

Amazon.com: Brace (20 Pack) 1655wh: Home Improvement

Amazon.com: Bainbridge Home Improvement, Page 2

Might search ‘plastic corner gusset’, ‘nylon corner gusset’, ‘plastic gusseted angle bracket’.
 
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