Sax heavy-gauge, over-the-door rack has 20 shelves for drying artwork. The shelves are supported by a bottom ledge and rubber bumpers at the rack’s front corners to keep them from slipping or scratching. The rack has rubber-backed protective shields to prevent the door from being marred, and two reinforce bars to hold the shelves up and out of the best way whilst placing artwork. Rubber is an elastic hydrocarbon polymer, and is highly elastic, resisting abrasion and affect forces. The shelves are quite tilted to keep artwork from falling out. When not in use, the rack’s shelves may also be tilted up and secured vertically, making room for passage out and in of the doorway. The adjustable bottom rack may also be set from 34.0 to 56.0 inches (H) from the floor, and has five additional settings in between for versatile use. The shelves measure 12.0 x 18.0 inches (L x W). (L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right; W is width, the horizontal distance from front to back; H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point.)
Art education products are used by art teachers and students, and professional artists and art hobbyists to create visual, tactile, and technology-based artwork. Art education products include painting, drawing, printmaking, and framing materials, in conjunction with supplies for ceramics, sculpture, crafts, and textile projects, and related items, such as furniture accessories and books. Products might also encompass supplies and materials related to photography, video, film, and computer-generated art forms.
School Specialty provides instructional materials and supplies under dozens of brands, among them Abilitations, Think Math, Delta Education, Frey Scientific, Neo/SCI, Childcraft, School Smart, Sportime, Speech Bin, and Sax Arts. The company, founded in 1959, is headquartered in Greenville, WI.
Heavy-gauge, over-the-door rack with 20 shelves for drying artwork
Supported by bottom ledge and rubber bumpers on front corners for keeping shelves from slipping or scratching
Rubber-backed protective shields for preventing marring to door
Two reinforce bars for holding racks up and out of the best way whilst placing artwork
Tilted quite for keeping artwork from falling out