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Free Standing Ballet Bars Assembly and Operation

    4', 6', 8' and 10'
Single or Double Sided Free-Standing Ballet Barre
     
YOU SHOULD HAVE:    
For single-sided unit
 
For double-sided unit
- one wood barre in the length
you purchased
  - two wood barres in the length
you purchased
- one large folding x-brace   - one large folding x-brace
- two 41" long uprights   - two 41" long uprights
- two 30" long legs   - two 30" long legs
- two 9" extension studs   - four 9" extension studs
- two large wing nuts   - four large wing nuts
- two square nuts and two washers   - four square nuts and four washers
- four bolts and four wing nuts   - four bolts and four 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 two legs to the two uprights with the 3/8" bolts provided
  THE BASE SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS:
     Free Standing Ballet Bar Base
Unfold the x-brace and fasten one end to the two studs on one upright and the other end to the two studs on the other upright with the small wing nuts provided
 
       
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: 10', 14' and 16' 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.


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