Die-cast aluminum gussets are available for connection a wide range of profile sizes and applications, from 20x20 to 100x100. Elongated holes allow gussets to be adjusted for position , while guide tabs assure proper alignment in the profiles T-slot. Tabs can be easily removed with a flat-tip screwdriver for cross-connection of profiles.
|Die-Cast Foundation Brackets|
These aluminum foundation brackets have a similar die-cast construction as the gussets. Easy to remove alignment tabs help to center the bracket in the T-slot properly. Remove the bottom tabs to use as a foundation bracket, or leave them on to use as a shelf bracket.
|Inside-Outside, Inside-Inside Gussets|
These gussets are used when you want the convenience of a gusset but need to have an open T-slot
For attaching 2 to 3 profiles at 90 degree angles. Avaiable for profile sizes 20mm, 30mm, 40mm, 45mm, and 50mm.
Connection screws provide a strong, right angle connection between two profiles while leaving the T-slots open for panels. Machining of an access hole is required for all connection screws and tapping is required for non self-tapping screws
Bolt connectors provide the strongest right-angle connection with minimal machining. One through hole is required in one of the two connecting profiles. Through hole sizes are provided in charts for each bolt connector type.
Quick connectors allow for fast assembly and dissambly of structures for reconfiguration or mobility. Connectors are available in a rigid version for 90 degree connections, end-to-end variable angle connections, and end-to-side variable angle connections.
|Other Right-Angle Connectors|
These 90° connectors are more specialized for specific tasks such as: mitred corner connections, multiple profile junctions, and T-connections.
These connectors are used to connect two profiles end-to-end. Several different varieties are provided to fit any specific application
The following connectors are used to connect profiles at an angle. Fixed connectors set the angle at 45° while adjustable connectors allow almost any angle.
Joining plates fasten to the outside of profiles to reinforce joints. Four different styles are available: corner joints, T joints, cross joints and straight joints.