The aluminium frame system for endlessly creative furniture ideas
Make your own ideas come true! Whether designing your own furniture collection in the cabinet-making trade, in an exclusive interior design retail outlet or in home furnishing – the demands on the design, use and functionality of furniture are growing all the time. The megatrend of individualisation is relentlessly driving this movement forward. Bringing out Cadro, Hettich is setting new standards in simplifying individually tailored furniture design.
Cadro: the aluminium frame system that lets you design almost anything!
- The aluminium frame system in matt black or stainless steel look for all manner of furniture designs.
- Perfectly upgradable and customisable with Hettich drawer systems, hinges or sliding systems.
- Produce a wide variety of furniture designs quickly and easily with dedicated assembly aids
- The aluminium profiles are designed for 16 mm shelves, 6 mm glass shelves or 4 mm glass shelves for display cabinets.
Can hinges for side hung doors or sliding door systems be fitted in the Cadro frame system too?
Yes, the Cadro frame system can be combined with side-hung doors by using the Sensys hinge. Sliding doors aren't a problem either in conjunction with Hettich's SlideLine M or SlideLine 66 sliding door systems. You'll find further details in our (online) catalogue.
Can I get the M5 grub screw for securing the nodes in two surface finishes? And can I also get matching colour caps?
Yes, the Cadro range includes matching grub screws and cover caps, which can be used as an option, each in the two standard surface finishes of black or silver.
Can I use the Cadro system outdoors too? Like for an outdoor kitchen?
No, the Cadro aluminium frame system is only meant for indoor use.
Can the Actro YOU drawer runner be concealed or is it left visible?
There's a matching cover profile that simply clips onto the drawer profile and conceals the carcase runner rail.
Can the screw for connecting the profile and the connecting node be screwed in by hand?
We recommend using a cordless screwdriver with a torque of 0.8 - 1 Nm. The grub screw can also be screwed in by hand with a 2.5 mm hexagon socket screwdriver. Yet because it's a self-tapping screw, this demands a certain amount of force.