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Staba(2) Construction Sets
Staba(2) was an unusual construction system. The strips and plates had long slots in them. Some 'strips' looked as though they were made of wire. It was produced in Germany from around 1949 to 1954
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for STABA 
1949 to 1954
(see comment *1)
Variable (see comment *2)
4.1 (see comment *3)
4.0 (see comment *4)
Bolts: round (slotted)
(see comment *5)
Steel with a Nickel plated finish
6.8(see comment *6)
Strips are outline of wire, so slotted full length,& lids have one with STABA superimposed on it. *1 Bevel only. *2 Probably 15mm in Flanged Plate. *3 Typical, up to 4.3. *4 M4 threaded ends. *5*6 Also Bolts Diameter, 8.1; slotted cheesehead, 7.0.
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