80 20 Inc Catalog 21 Page 209 Fastening Methods

For the most up to date information on 80/20 products visit 8020.net / 209 Fastening Methods FASTENERS Only need a wrench! Fasteners 101 80/20 offers several fastening options for Ready Tube profiles. While the most common is the Ready Connector Kit, there are also additional internal and external connection methods. Because Ready Tube profiles have pre-drilled holes, the connection methods do not require machining. Standard Insert Kit Extended Insert Kit Roll Pin 1 2 3 4 Ready Tube Connects in 4 Steps The Standard Tube Insert Kit includes all of the hardware you will need to easily assemble your project. This method is used for 90 degree connections when the end of the mounting prole is exactly .750 of an inch from the rst hole centerline. The Extended Tube Insert Kit also includes all of the hardware you will need to easily assemble your project. This kit is used in instances when the end of the mounting prole is not exactly .750 of an inch from the rst hole centerline. The roll pin is commonly used with the standard tube insert and is an internal connection method for Ready Tube. It provides a smooth, clean nish and eliminates the need for protruding hardware when used with Ready Tube connector kits. Compatible with Additional 15 Series Fasteners 80/20 corner brackets, gussets, and flat plates can also be used to make connections between Ready Tube profiles. All of these connection methods are external, meaning that they are easy to use, reconfigurable, and mount directly to the profile.

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