Barrel heads shape up

June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/05/98, Issue 5091, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on Lowe & Fletcher's introduction of models with domed or convex barrel heads to its System Rapid wooden office furniture range. Features of the range of removable cylinder products.


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