The pasta rack is a good enough design for what it is supposed to do. The construction is in wood, with metal screw threads to hold the cross members together. The "arms" simply plug into pre-drilled holes. That is the theory.
Unfortunately, although the design is OK, and the finish of the wood is good, the execution of the design is badly let down by the lack of attention in production detail:- the metal screw threads had to be re-tapped and re-died because they were partly stripped; the wood dowels which go into the pre-drilled holes were not of consistent diameter so that some fitted just right, some went into the holes OK but fell out again if the rack was tilted, and some were so tight that they were extremely difficult to remove if they had been inserted or they were just too tight to put in at all.
All in all, I cannot recommend this item until the manufacturing process is attended to.