NEW PRODUCT – OpenBeam Precut Machinist Kit – Black Aluminum
NEW PRODUCT – OpenBeam Precut Machinist Kit – Black Aluminum – Get cracking on your robot, fixture or gantry with this luxurious extruded aluminum kit. This is the ultimate Open-Beam kit, for machine builders! You get tons of stuff, so you won’t end up frustrated and missing a component. The pieces are also pre-cut so for many projects you won’t even need to get out your hacksaw. All extrusions are 15mm by 15mm square.
8 pieces of 300mm long extrusion
4 pieces of 280mm long extrusion
4 pieces of 210mm long extrusion
8 pieces of 150mm long extrusion
4 pieces of 120mm long extrusion
8 pieces of 90mm long extrusion
8 pieces of 60mm long extrusion
4 pieces of 45mm long extrusion
4 pieces of 30mm long extrusion
4 NEMA17 Motor Mount
2 Servo Mount
2 Shaft Clamp Sets
2 608 NEMA17 Adapters
8 pieces of T bracket
32 pieces of L bracket
8 foot brackets
100 pack of zinc nuts, 100 pack of carbon steel nuts (not for use in wet environments), 200 pack of bolts and a 2mm hex key
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