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1957515 No.1957515 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

hey /diy/, what is this metal lattice called that is holding up this brew setup?

>> No.1957525

Looks like garage door opener brackets

>> No.1957526

>>1957515
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-1-1-2-in-x-14-Gauge-x-72-in-Zinc-Plated-Slotted-Angle-800517/204225758

>> No.1958320

>>1957515
similar to dexion shelves
www.dexion.com

>> No.1958326

>>1957515
Look up Unistrut, its cheap and itll do all the Knex shit you want to do with it

>> No.1958831

shit

>> No.1958860

>>1957515
There are plenty of systems but note that the goal of those is not more than avoiding the drilling of holes.
Learn strut types but also learn prices from local metal suppliers because light steel is very affordable and you can make much more rugged structures easily. Everything for that is easily done with 1/8" pilot drills (I buy bits online by the pack in common sizes) then a good step drill bit. The center of drill bits cuts by crushing so a small pilot hole makes drilling the rest much easier.

Unistrut has many cool fittings and is nice for hanging plumbing. The Anon who suggested it is wise. I prefer it to Dexion and have used both on the job. I buy nuts with toothed flanges for such work and get nearly all my hardware online. Your local electrical suppliers will have Unitstrut.

>> No.1958868

>>1957526
An 8’ 2x4 is only $5-.

>> No.1960735

>>1958326
knex was the shit

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