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Old 05-19-2021, 10:06 AM   #1
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Metal table trim/banding

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Iím trying to find a supplier of Aluminum or any other light material to trim the table. It had a channel down the middle. No one seems to carry any pliable metal banding. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance
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Hello

Iím trying to find a supplier of Aluminum or any other light material to trim the table. It had a channel down the middle. No one seems to carry any pliable metal banding. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance
Search for T-Molding. The stuff that I used came from a company in Edmonton called Retro Arcade, or something like that. I think it was similar to this:
https://www.amazon.ca/Edge-Supply-Pl.../dp/B088B8CKFN

I also purchased a router bit to cut the groove, but if you alread have the groove, then you probably don't need it. However, if yours came loose, you may need to use a glue to keep it on.
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Thanks for that tip. I’ll look into it.
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Search for T-Molding. The stuff that I used came from a company in Edmonton called Retro Arcade, or something like that. I think it was similar to this:
https://www.amazon.ca/Edge-Supply-Pl.../dp/B088B8CKFN

I also purchased a router bit to cut the groove, but if you alread have the groove, then you probably don't need it. However, if yours came loose, you may need to use a glue to keep it on.
We have a member that re-manufactured the t-molding, needed some for our boler.
We had to fix our boler table, after the arbrite was added on top routered it smooth and my wife painted edge with metallic paint looks great.
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