Metal corner brackets 2 holes flat plate connector hardened carbon steel
Metal corner brackets are any intermediate component for fixing one part to another, usually larger, part. What makes a bracket a bracket is the fact that it is intermediate between the two and fixes the one to the other. Brackets vary wildly in shape, but a prototypical bracket would be the L-shaped metal piece that attaches a shelf (the smaller component) to a wall (the larger component): its vertical arm is fixed to one (usually large) element, and its horizontal arm protrudes outwards and holds another (usually small) element. This shelf bracket is effectively the same as the architectural bracket: a vertical arm mounted on the wall, and a horizontal arm projecting outwards for another element to be attached on top of it or below it. Ever Hardware provides custom made metal corner brackets and customizable packaging.
To enable the outstretched arm to support a greater weight, a bracket will often have a third arm running diagonally between the horizontal and vertical arms, or indeed the bracket may be a solid triangle. By extension almost any object that performs this function of attaching one part to another (usually larger) component is also called a bracket, even though it may not be obviously L-shaped. Common examples that are often not really L-shaped at all but attach a smaller component to a larger and are still called brackets are the components that attach a bicycle lamp to a bicycle, and the rings that attach pipes to walls. It can be made of wood, stone, plaster, metal, or other mediums.
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|Category||Metal corner brackets|
|Finish||Stamping & Galvanization|
|Material||Teflon/Brass/Stainless steel/carbon steel/Aluminum|
|Place of origin||China Mainland|
|Size option||As request|
|Color||Natural or as request|