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Old 01-15-20, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by thumpism View Post
Looks like some of your science junk is 80/20 stock, the T-slot material. Very popular for van interior build-outs these days.
Yeah, that's right. Everybody here uses it for all manner of experimental rigs, from neurobiology to atomic physics and everything in between. It's expensive but it's easy to build nice things quickly. I have access to boxes of off-cut sections in shorter lengths. They don't get thrown away, but they're kinda like "take-a-scrap, leave-a-scrap."
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