Drawings of Flying Toekicks™ hardware to use in your cabinetry drawings

DXF and DWG drawings which may be used in your shop drawings and submittals.

These files can be accessed on Google Drive at the following:

Note - To use Google Drive, you may be required to sign-in to a Google account.

If you prefer, you may email and ask us to send the drawings to you.

Models 20, 30 and 40 Selection Guide

The selection guide is a table which shows the applicable "set-back" range for each of the three Flying Toekicks™ models. 

The "set-back" or "back-set" is the distance between the BACK of the cabinet door and the FACE of the toe kick plate. This table presumes a toe kick plate thickness of approximately 3/4". If your toe kick plate is not roughly 3/4" thick, these range numbers will vary somewhat.

Everything you need to know to successfully install the Model 40 Flying Toekicks™ attached toe kick hardware on your cabinetry.

Everything you need to know to successfully install the Flying Toekicks™ Model 20 or Model 30 hardware.

Detailed description of application and preparation for the Flying Toekicks™ hardware.

Primarily intended for the use of architects, designers, and cabinetry engineers .

Example of a flush gate in a millwork project, such as a reception desk, having multiple non-coplanar surfaces using the Flying Toekicks™ Brand Attached Toe Kick System.

​Example cabinet optimizer software layouts using Flying Toekicks™ hardware.

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