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Latest Issue of T-Slot Technical Tidbits from F&L Industrial Solutions, addressing how to start a 80/20 t-slot extrusion framing project

Latest Issue of T-Slot Technical Tidbits from F&L Industrial Solutions, addressing how to start a 80/20 t-slot extrusion framing project

F&L Industrial Solutions published a new “T-Slot Technical Tidbits” document today, that helps define a new industrial framing project. “When someone needs a new frame or a framing solutions, it is often difficult for managers or purchasing agents to know what kind of information we need so we can build them a great 80/20 t-slot product”, explains Dan Fanolla, VP of Product Design. “To help them understand how we approach each design project, we created a simple one page guide that clears up a lot of the confusion that t-slot extrusion buyers often have.

T-Slot Technical Tidbits are free downloadable documents that both buyers and Do-It-Yourself builders can benefit from. To download, just click here…

http://fandl8020.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/TTT-Steps-To-Design.pdf

 

80/20 Enclosure Video Posted

 

We just posted a video overview of a large 80/20 t-slot aluminum enclosure we just built for a customer. The customer required a vertical sliding door that their employees could open and close easily. We thought this enclosure was unique, so we thought we’d share it on our new YouTube channel. Click here to watch:

 

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Connecting 80/20 End-to-End

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F&L Industrial Solutions published a new edition of “T-Slot Technical Tidbits” today discussing how to connect two bars together end-to-end. While using 80/20 t-slot extrusions that are the same length of your frame is the most recommended design method, there are occasions when you may want to connect two bars end-to-end without using a corner connector. So click below to learn 5 options to mount two 80/20 t-slot bars together end-to-end.

Click here to view:

http://fandl8020.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/TTT-End-to-End.pdf

 

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