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post #1 of 7 Old 12-02-2014, 12:33 AM Thread Starter
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Where can I get this (double square bracket)?

Not exactly the best forum to ask this, but since this is to fix a wooden frame to a canvas... Well, I need a double square bracket, something like this :



The bottom part gets screwed to the frame and the top one to the canvas. I've been looking at all local hardware stores, but can only find "single" square brackets. Anyone know where I could find this? Thanks !
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Do a search for Z brackets, something may come up that will work.

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Thank you Frank, I had no clue these were called Z brackets. Looks like there's plenty on the web.
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It might be easier to find Z channel. It would be an extrusion like angle iron you would cut in the length you need.
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Here is a good source for all types of hardware. We use them a lot at my job and they're only 1 hour away from us so we can usually get same day delivery if we need it.
http://www.mcmaster.com/#z-channels/=uuifwo
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I used these people when I was in business, they had everything one could imagine, maybe they have what you are looking for.
http://outwatercatalogs.com/home/index.cfm

http://www.diychatroom.com/
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Get thee to a framing supply
http://online-framing-supplies.com/s...stems.html?p=2

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