When going ahead with a slide rail installation it involves first getting to know the parts. Then it is possible to focus on how to put it all together.
The slide rail is composed of two rails. One of the rails attaches to the other, but retains the ability to move. The method to maintain mobility of the one rail is through the use of a bracket base. This bracket base is linked to the stable rail that does not move. The support base that attaches to the bracket base does move.
The base that supports it has a wall portion and a connector to attach them together. There is a supporting channel associated with the stable rail. The supporting portions of the base work to keep the moving rail stable.
Another version of the slide rail has the initial rail, bracket and supporting bases and the secondary rail. There’s an upper, lower, and a sidewall, with the sidewall connecting the two together to create a longitudinal channel. The sidewall is connected to the bracket base, while the supporting base maintains movement and hooks into the bracket base. It has a wall and supporting portion. Meanwhile the second rail again is connected to the first to be able to move.
The rail assembly includes a chassis with a rack that has a first and a second post. This assembly has an addition to it — a third rail, beyond the given bracket and supporting base and other two rails.
The initial rail has a side, upper, and lower wall that are joined with the longitudinal channel. The base and sidewall are then hooked up to the initial or primary rail onto the first and second posts. They do get hooked into the second bracket at this point as well. Now the bracket base that has a wall and support are transversely connected into the wall.
Those are some of the basics of the parts of the assembly of a slide rail. Putting it altogether visually in the mind can be challenging. Though, reading about the parts and the process help to give perspective and guidance when the actual parts are at hand. This guide is not intended necessarily going to help in deciding what slide rail to buy. Though, focusing on the parts involved helps understand how it works. That should help in making a plan of attack to build it.