Table Slides

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To request a quote on table slides please go to Get a Quote page. We will custom build individual table slides to fit any table.

Acme Metal Products manufactures an extensive line of metal table slides, including standard and heavy-duty slides for double-pedestal, single-pedestal, and trestle designs.

All products are made of heavy gauge steel and come in Acme’s superior baked on brown enamel finish. Black powder-coat finishing can be specified on any product.

Contact us today to discuss your table slide needs. We design and build to order. Call us at 704- 873-3731.

Why Metal Table Slides

American made high-quality metal table slides are superior to wooden or imported low-gauge metal table slides for three primary reasons:

  1. Durable and long lasting
  2. Safe and stable to prevent tipping and breaking
  3. Quality is important whether remaking an antique table or manufacturing new tables

We Stock All Sizes and Shapes of Table Slides

Our slides are designed to fit most three or four legged tables. Custom sizes are available upon request.

  • 26″ model allows the addition of two 12″ wide leaves.
  • 38″ model allows the addition of three 12″ wide leaves.
  • Equalizer table slides are designed for use on pedestal style tables.
  • Pulling on one end of the tabletop also moves the opposite end away from the centerline.
  • 26″ equalizer slides accommodate two 12″ wide leaves.
  • 38″ equalizer slides accommodate three 12″ wide leaves.
  • Slides can be mounted with #8 or #10 pan head screws (purchase separately.)

The History of Table Slides

Gillows of Lancaster and London, also known as Gillow & Co., is credited with designing the first table slide. Robert Gillow (1704 – 1772) was a fine furniture maker based in Lancaster, PA and London. He founded his company in Lancaster about 1730.

By the mid-1700s, the name represented the leading American cabinet-maker. The reputation for manufacturing very high quality furniture endured for well over 100 years. The Gillow family owned Gillows until 1814. It was taken over by Redmayne, Whiteside, and Ferguson, and they continued to use the Gillow name. Gillows furniture was known for quality. In 1897, Gillows merged with Warings of Liverpool.

Contact us at 704-873-3731 or via Fax 704-873-0805

Email: Info@acmemetalproducts.com

A Commitment to Quality Metal Products and Service, Since 1946.