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- 17 Aug 2017 -
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Hello

I dont know if in the right place but.... Im trying to find Cado accessories eg rails to buy?

Any ideas please?


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- 24 Aug 2017

Actually looking for a rosewood solid backboard to complete my Poul Cado system ....
Any condition will do...
Thank you
Brennie

- 07 Jan 2018

Did you end up finding anything? We just picked up a 6 piece unit with no rails the other day so my dad is going to attempt to replicate some rails since finding them online seems fruitless.

- 13 Jan 2018

Which system do you have? Cado or Royal? I've got some rails for the System Cado that I could sell. I'd even be willing to trade for some shelves and brackets.

- 13 Jan 2018

I have been looking for some System Cado wall standards. I dont have any extra brackets or shelves, but might ave something else to trade. What length are those?

- 13 Jan 2018

Hi
Yes....I’m still looking for a rail.... it’s for Cado ...not Royal...
Just one rail is perfect for me...
Ulterior Motive....do you have one?
Ivoryregretts....did you succeed in replicating them?

- 15 Jan 2018

I've got two spare 7' wall straps, and also have two spare double sided tension pole standards. I had a decent woodworker split one of the tension rods into two useable wall straps last month. They came out great.

- 15 Jan 2018

Replicating them is relatively easy, but quite tedious. You would need a decent drill press, and the correct diameter forstner bit. After that, it is just layout and then repetition. I suspect there might be the opportunity to make a jig to assist the process.

The difficult part, would be finding the afromosia, I suspect. 6-8' lengths of 4/4 to 5/4 Afromosia (I cant remember the thickness off hand), probably run you the same cost as just buying the finished wall standards second hand, not to mention the time saved. A slightly different story if you have the oak or walnut versions, as the material is far, far less of a cost, ... then it mostly comes down to time.

If I could find a cheap source of Afromosia, then it might be worth designing a jig for this as a side source of income. I could get a 'made in denmark' embosser, and I would be in business.

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