I have seen discussions about steel angle but I have not herd anything
about squair steel tubing.
thanks for your time,
My webpages on electronics
... comming soon
By the way I got the package with masonite templates and mounts
yesterday and after holding the mounts in my hands I have to say they
look and fit very nice. I think just a few adjustments to make them a
bit more universal is all that's needed. Also I'd like to find DIY
equivalents in aluminum.
It's a valid concern - I agree that it might be hard to align square
tube at 45 deg angle using end mounts made with a chisel - if you get
the mount a bit off (and you probably will) then you need to rotate it
a bit with no point of reference (which you have in case of lasercut
On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 11:27 AM, joshua wojnas <jos...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I think aligning a squair on its side is hard. Now it could be
> adjusted with screws in the end if it was a pipe then use delrin with
> a hole in it as your slide.
> why not keep everything level and modular?
> Also level and modular might work with the delrin u channel. it is not
> uncommon. granger has it online stores have it. wallmart cutting
> boards have it...
The holes on our part number 6535k21 are on 1 inch centers.
Hole Diameter 11/32 "
Wall Thickness .083 "
Wall Thickness Tolerance ±.008 "
Height x Width 1 x 1" "
Length Tolerance ±1/8 "
Straightness Tolerance Not Rated
so it seems to be contraptor compatible is the hole size much
different than the contraptor and the bolts and nuts that go with it?
On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 3:56 PM, Riley Porter <riley...@gmail.com> wrote:
> well for me its easy :) I just used the contraptor templates. But you can
> do it by print templates and "dotting" the corners. Line up the square
> corners on the dots hit with hammer done.
> Thats just how i see it.
> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Vitaly Mankevich <alban...@gmail.com>
Now if you used flat pieces of delrin and squair tube with the delrin
tapped it could be tightened down on all sides of a squair steel tube
and use all standard contraptor parts.
I jus tthought ther might be a way to make it work for pc board making
to table size it is not a universal fit but within that range it might
>> >> <alban...@gmail.com>
We intend on keeping contraptor DIY'able but might choose an official version of xyz part over another version due to not only performace but ease of build / cost of build.
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