An IT desk was designed for a school using a DBLift0019 with a fixed VESA bracket and DZ2132-0050 part extension slides.
Traditionally the doors hang from a top rail and move on rollers. However, ceiling hoist tracks had been installed across the door openings to support patients while moving them from the corridors to the bed. The hospital still needed sliding doors that comply with legislation and stand up to heavy usage and abuse, but that could be mounted on the walls either side of the door opening.
They then installed Accuride’s DBLIFT-00127, a remote control motorized lift suitable for large flat TV screens.
Accuride offered the bright zinc finished 3832 cabinet slide with its clip on bracket through its cabinet hardware partner in the UK, Häfele.
The cases and enclosures are built and tested in the UK to the most punishing military and commercial standards, so when they designed a new ruggedized interactive presentation and planning tool they recognised the need for equally tough components to incorporate into the case.
As part of their support of the celebrations, the famous Champagne house Taittinger released a very limited edition, just 100 bottles, of its 2000 Comtes de Champagne prestige cuvée.
The Hungarian Competition Authority has restored part of its building, constructed in 1869, to add a conference room, meeting rooms and a completely refurbished Competition Council chamber.
As well as off the shelf products, tailor-made flight cases with moulded interiors and accessory compartments are designed to give the best possible protection to the valuable equipment inside.
Austrian company Hödl Schubladen Hochbeet has decided to tackle this issue head on by creating a compact, mobile allotment system that allows for plants to be grown indoors or in limited spaces, like balconies. After winning a prize in Upper Austria for the development of this innovative way to garden, owner and developer Andreas Hödl has taken his design into production in order to provide everyone with an accessible space to garden.
Hungarian furniture company Sella-Design Kft may have only been operating in the company’s current form since Spring 2017, but their home has history; furniture has been produced in Mohács – the building of the chair factory – for over 50 years, and local carpenters and upholsterers have been passing down trade experience from father to son for more than half a century.
Therefore the design of our urban environment is important; not just to be aesthetically pleasing, but also practical.
In partnership with local hardware supplier, Carlo Casagrande Oy, they have been using Accuride's sliding systems in their products for over 20 years. The range of 3301, 3832, 5321SC telescopic drawer slides and DP0115-ECRC-2 linear guides they use is large and continues to grow - Accuride's continual development of new and improved products gives manufacturers opportunities to design and bring to market exciting and functional solutions.