|Description||Part Number||Price/ Ft||Buy / Ft|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 1/4"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 5/16"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 3/8"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 7/16"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 1/2"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 5/8"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 3/4"|
|TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 7/8"|
|90° Corner Blocking - Priced and sold by the foot.|
Exactly as ordered- and on time
Great as always! Thanks!
The usual great service
The spruce 5/8 triangular corner blocking I received for Aircraft Spruce is perfect for my project. Thanks! I am a return shopper and I recommend Aircraft Spruce highly.
Just what I was looking for. Packaging for shipping was excellent. Cut perfectly and even added one extra piece. Thank you!
Good quality product. Will buy from Aircraft Spruce anytime I require their products.
Nice wood. Delivered exactly as ordered.
TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 5/8"
TRIANGULAR CORNER BLOCKING 1/2"
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Both legs of the 90 degree are the measurement we provide. For example, part number 02-17600, there are two legs that are 1/4" and the base will have a different dimension. This is priced and sold per foot. For example, for a 4 ft length order quantity 4.
Order the total length of feet you want, in your example quantity 20. When you add the item to your shopping cart, you will be prompted to enter cutting instructions. Provide cutting instructions of "5 pcs @ 4 ft ea" for your example.
The grains runs the length of the block, so I guess you can say it runs parallel to the base.