RECTANGULAR TABLE BASE. TABLE BASE


RECTANGULAR TABLE BASE. DOG BED END TABLE



Rectangular Table Base





rectangular table base






    rectangular
  • Denoting or shaped like a rectangle

  • (of a solid) Having a base, section, or side shaped like a rectangle

  • having four right angles; "a rectangular figure twice as long as it is wide"

  • orthogonal: having a set of mutually perpendicular axes; meeting at right angles; "wind and sea may displace the ship's center of gravity along three orthogonal axes"; "a rectangular Cartesian coordinate system"

  • Placed or having parts placed at right angles

  • In Euclidean plane geometry, a rectangle is any quadrilateral with four right angles. The term is occasionally used to refer to a non-square rectangle. A rectangle with vertices ABCD would be denoted as .





    table base
  • An endgame tablebase is a computerized database that contains precalculated exhaustive analysis of a chess endgame position. It is typically used by a computer chess engine during play, or by a human or computer that is retrospectively analysing a game that has already been played.











rectangular table base - Iceberg Enterprises




Iceberg Enterprises Products - T-Base, For Rectangular Table, 28"H, Black - Sold as 1 PR - Versatile tables can be used in training room application or break areas. 1" thick core membrane pressed tops are surface-resistant to hot and cold. Seamless contour edges have a 1" radius. Adjustable leveling glides stabilize the table. Base has highly durable black finish. Tops and bases are sold separately.


Iceberg Enterprises Products - T-Base, For Rectangular Table, 28"H, Black - Sold as 1 PR - Versatile tables can be used in training room application or break areas. 1" thick core membrane pressed tops are surface-resistant to hot and cold. Seamless contour edges have a 1" radius. Adjustable leveling glides stabilize the table. Base has highly durable black finish. Tops and bases are sold separately.



Iceberg Enterprises Products - T-Base, For Rectangular Table, 28"H, Black - Sold as 1 PR

Versatile tables can be used in training room application or break areas. 1" thick core membrane pressed tops are surface-resistant to hot and cold. Seamless contour edges have a 1" radius. Adjustable leveling glides stabilize the table. Base has highly durable black finish. Tops and bases are sold separately.

Sold as 1 PR
Manufacturer: Iceberg Enterprises
Total percentage of recycled content: 0
Post Consumer Waste: 0
Country of origin: US










83% (5)





Old Fashioned Telephone and Family Photo




Old Fashioned Telephone and Family Photo





In 1928, Western Electric issued the first American telephone with a single handset, having both the transmitter and receiver placed thereon (previous telephones had been of the "candlestick" type). This telephone was known as the "102" phone, and had a round base; it was succeeded in 1930 by the "202" phone, which featured upgraded electronics (sidetone suppression) and a more stable oval base.

The next significant upgrade came in 1937 with the introduction of the "302" phone. Designed by the noted industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss, this telephone included the ringer within its rectangular housing; previous models (including the candlestick) had required a separate "bell box." The 302 was followed by the "500" phone, which would become the most extensively-produced telephone model in the industry's history. Initially released in 1949, it was continually updated over time, reflecting new materials and manufacturing processes, such as quieter and smoother dial gearing and a printed circuit board in the "network" (the phone's circuit module). The Model 500 was discontinued in 1986, in favor of a Touch-Tone version that also electronically emulated a rotary dial.

Other innovations included the Princess telephones of the 1950s and Trimline telephones of the 1960s, and the development of Touch-Tone dialing as a replacement for rotary dialing.











Nara - Naramachi: Koshi-no-Ie




Nara - Naramachi: Koshi-no-Ie





Naramachi Koshi-no-Ie, the Naramachi Lattice House, is a reproduction of a machiya, the traditional urban townhouses that doubled as both residence and workplace for Naramachi's local merchants and tradesmen. Although individual machiya differ, the representative design is long and rectangular with a narrow front and deep interior, owing to the way land taxes were calculated--based on the facade width. The koshi, the slatted wooden lattice-work on the front of the house, functioned like a double-sided mirror allowed a hidden view of the street outside while keeping the inside concealed.









rectangular table base








rectangular table base




Curved Base,for Rectangular Table, 28"H, Bourbon Cherry






BSXCBBASEH 0: Bourbon Cherry Boat-shaped table features 1-1/8'' thick top and self-edges with radius corners. High-pressure laminate top resists scratches and spills. 1-1/2'' thick curved base can be reversed. Base has adjustable floor leveling glides. Top and base are sold separately. -Product Type: Conference Table Base. -Base Style: Curved. -Recycled: No. -Recycled Content: 0pct. -Post-consumer-wastepct: 0pct. -Assembly Required: Yes. -Brand Name: Basyx. -Features: Leveling Glide. -Manufacturer: The HON Company. -Product Name: Conference Table Curved Base. -Dimensions: 28'' Height. -Application/Usage: Conferencing. -Finishing: Bourbon Cherry - Base. -Manufacturer Part Number: CBBASEH. -Manufacturer Website Address: www.hon.com. -Packaged Quantity: 1 Pair. -Standard Warranty: 5 Year Limited. -Additional Information: 3'' thick.










Related topics:

antique style coffee table

modern glass top tables

black distressed end table

small living room tables

72 pedestal table

square folding card table

antique ice cream table

glass topped kitchen tables

wrought iron dining table base

60 round glass dining table



TAG :
rectangular
table
base
antique
farmhouse
contemporary
dining
tables
and
chairs
Top of page