MatsMatsMats.com
Yoga Supplies and Meditation CushionsHome Door Mats and MoreWrestling Mats and Martial Arts MatsExecercise Mats & AccessoriesGymnastics Equipment & Ballet BarresKids Mats & Daycare ProductsEco-Friendly ProductsCommercial Mats & Industrial MatsBody Pillows & Comfort Products

  Share this page with friends:



View Shopping Cart   Your Cart Is Empty

Ballet & Dance Equipment
     Ballet Bar - Free Standing
     Ballet Bar - Wall Mounted
     Dance Flooring
     Mylar Dance Mirror
     Multi-Use Bar
     Hand/Foot Position Mats
     Target and Arrow Mats
     Rosin Box

Ballet Barre Assembly
     Free Standing Ballet Bar
     Wall Mount - Fixed
     Wall Mount - Adjustable

Ballet Barre Specs
     Wall Mount - Fixed
     Wall Mount - Adjustable


Request For Quote

Gymnastics Equipment
Other Products

Wholesale volume discounts on mats

International Shipping Available

Free Standing Ballet Barre Assembly and Operation

    14' and 16'
Single or Double Sided Free-Standing Ballet Barre
     
YOU SHOULD HAVE:    
For single-sided unit
 
For double-sided unit
- one 14' or 16' wood barre   - two 14' or 16' wood barres
- one large folding x-brace   - one large folding x-brace
- One folding y-brace   - one folding y-brace
- three 41" long uprights   - three 41" long uprights
- three 30" long legs   - three 30" long legs
- three 9" "extension studs"   - six 9" "extension studs"
- three large wing nuts   - six large wing nuts
- three square nuts and three washers   - six square suts and six washers
- six 3/8" bolts and six small wing nuts   - six 3/8" bolts and small wing nuts

All wood ballet barres are shipped in individual cardboard tubes and are hand-sanded without a liquid finish. All ballet barres are made of 1-3/4" diameter Poplar wood. For an additional cost, Maple, Oak and other woods are also available in 1-3/4" diameter.

SETTING UP THE BASE:
Bolt on the three Legs to the three Uprights with the six 3/8" bolts provided.
  THE BASE SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS:
     Free Standing Ballet Bar Base
Connect two Leg/Upright units together with the X-Brace
using the small wing nuts provided.
Connect the Y-Brace to the remaining Leg/Upright unit
with the small wing nuts.
The single end of the Y-Brace connects to the top Stud
of the Leg/Upright that is in the middle.
 

(See Drawing)

 

 
       
PUTTING THE BARRE ASSEMBLIES TOGETHER:
Ballet Bar Bracket  
Screw the extension studs into the holes in the wood barres clockwise by hand until the shoulders touch the wood. An additional 1/2 turn may be necessary to straighten out the extension studs and make them all perpendicular to the wooden barre and parallel to each other. USE CAUTION!!!! IF YOU SCREW THEM TOO MUCH, IT WILL SPLIT THE WOOD!!!! Screw on wing nuts, washers, and square nuts exactly as shown in illustration
 
MOUNTING BARRE ASSEMBLY:
Pick up bar assembly and slide the square nut, on the end of each extension stud, into the top slot of its corresponding channel (washers and wing nuts are outside). Tighten the wing nuts when the barre is at your desired height. To adjust barre, loosen the  
wing nut and slide it up and down the channel, then retightens the wing nut. Grab the wood barre at the point where the extension stud screws in and wiggle the barre up and down when tightening and loosening the wing Nut.

ALSO AVAILABLE: 4', 6', 8' and 10' Free Standing Ballet Barres
 
 
WARP TOLERANCE FOR WOOD IS 3/16" PER 4' SECTION

Fixed Bracket Ballet Barre

1. Sight down barre to determine apex of warp.
2. Center the level on apex and place 3/16" drill bit in gap.
3. If drill bit slides freely and completely through gap, the barre is beyond our warp tolerance.


See some of our Company Testimonials

 



MatsMatsMats.Com, Internet Shopping, Woodland Hills, CA
BizRate Customer Certified (GOLD) Site

See interesting pins on Pinterest Become A Fan of MatsMatsMats.com on Facebook