William of Southeast Texas was looking to put in a bridge across the bayou that was worthy of his proud state.
Looking for a quarantine project earlier this year, Philadelphia couple Wes and Deb upgraded their old double cedar deck into a shining example of cable railing.
With a little bit of cable railing, David of Maryland was able to turn the front porch view of his farmstead inn into a masterpiece.
After mother nature’s ill-behaved niece, Zeta, made its way through Cutoff, Louisiana, neighbors teamed together to relieve the damages.
Whether fixed on your boat or attached to your dock, our six-inch Ropeze© Stainless Steel Folding Cleats are the convenient fit for mooring your vessel.
Rising out of the forest as if it had always stood there, Matt from Ohio’s spectacular example of stainless-steel cable railing looks almost as majestic as its surroundings.
When the routine chore of cutting the lawn was interrupted by thick, sinking mud, Beth of Cutoff, Louisiana, didn’t fret. She crafted a simple harness from our 3/8 inch Sea-Strand X soft shackle in conjunction with our 1/4 inch rope twelve strand rope and tossed it around her “Bad Boy.”
What a CNC Swiss does all day. We've condensed about 8 hours of stainless steel machining down to 1:17. About 800 Lag studs were cut during this time period. Enjoy! from r/metalworking
About 900 to 1,000 lag receiver swage stops are produced a day from our machine shop.
Wanting to offer you a “machinist eye view” of the process, we magnetically
With over 1,250 square feet to his deck and stairs, Doug from Georgia took on a massive undertaking as he attempted to line his “piece of paradise” with cable railing.
Stainless steel cable railing built with lag swage turnbuckle, lag receiver swage stop and type 316 stainless steel cable reel brings rigging polish to Bucktown neighborhood boardwalk.
The corner post instillation process is different than normal end post instillations, so watch this video to see the specific changes you need to make when setting up your cable run.
Corner posts create unique challenges for conventional cable railing systems, but the HAAS Stainless Cable Railing system has got you covered.
Interested in using a pulley system for your next rigging project? Check out some of the products that we’ve listed below that can help you get the job done!
Conventional cable railing components can be difficult to install and look bulky where they are used. We designed the HAAS Stainless Cable Railing system to be easy to install, built to last, require minimal tools, with maximum minimalism.
Cable railing is often used on projects that use wood posts. We designed wood post protectors to prevent rubbing, and to maintain an appealing finished look to your cable railing.
One of our customers used products from E-Rigging and information the knowledge base to safely moored a combat veteran Boeing CH-47D Chinook helicopter at the Combat Air Museum in Topeka, Kansas. Excuse us while we take a blog post to brag about how awesome it is this customer used our product and resources.