H2Ube from Morse Industries incorporates two channels within an extruded anodized aluminum tube, providing a stronger, tighter and cleaner look for canvas applications. With H2Ube, a common welt is sewn to the finished edge of the canvas. Special notches in the tube allow the welt to be inserted and slid through, resulting in less labor and materials by eliminating the use of pockets. H2Ube wall thickness is over twice that of standard tubing, and it can be bent up to a 4-inch radius without the channel collapsing. Each length has a feeder machined into the tubing, allowing the use of traditional hardware.
Channel tubing provides strong, clean look
News | January 1, 2009 | By: ATA
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