Scale indicates the resistance to damage caused by outside elements.
Scale indicates the complexity of the welding process.
Scale indicates the complexity of the machining and grinding process.
Scale indicates the complexity of the bending and forming process.
Frequently used for door framing, wire protection or harnessing, these C-channels are rectangular metal channels available in various sizes and materials. Conveniently available in various metals including aluminum and plain steel. C-Channels may be cut to length for versatile custom requirements for your project.
Features sturdy, steel construction
Features a plain finish and available in a variety of sizes and materials
I may have already reviewed this. The dimensions on the up turn leg of the channel were not spec...
I may have already reviewed this. The dimensions on the up turn leg of the channel were not specified. They are only 1/2" high. This will not work for our application. A diagram associated with the dimensions fails to call it out.(see below)
The Everbilt Brand, 2 in. x 36 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in. Thick was used in the f...
The Everbilt Brand, 2 in. x 36 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in. Thick was used in the fabrication of a frame mounted RV battery tray brace and through bolt bracket. I find Everbilt steel I have used to be of good quality and to machine and weld well. My local Home Depot store is my source for these handy prefabricated steel profiles for all the projects around my home. The RV battery tray was fabricated from scrap sheet steel and new Everbilt steel and fasteners from Home Depot. Home Depot is my local source for welding, cutting, and grinding supplies when working with steel fabrication around my home.
SUMMARY: WORKED FOR MY PROJECT. BACKGROUND: I have a large wood-turning lathe and wanted to make ...
SUMMARY: WORKED FOR MY PROJECT.
BACKGROUND: I have a large wood-turning lathe and wanted to make a longer tool rest. The C-Channel Bar by Everbilt looked like it could do the job.
FIT AND FINISH: The consistency of the steel looked good, there was no rust.
INSTALLATION: I drilled 3/8 inch holes in the steel and my existing tool rest and bolted them together.
USE: I made a few practice cuts and the bar was a much appreciated improvement over the existing tool rest.
SUMMARY: Works for me.
I used this piece of C-Channel steel bar to protect a wire harness. For me it was deep enough an...
I used this piece of C-Channel steel bar to protect a wire harness. For me it was deep enough and strong enough for my use. I’m not using it as others have mentioned for the purpose of door framing. The proper application by other reviewers complained about not liking the quality and or strength. So my rating is not reflective of their use but of my application.