Homemade Parallelogram T-Nut
Rick Sparber on rick.sparber.org
Homemade parallelogram T-nut originally designed by C.R. Nanda. Installed by dropping the nut into the upper T-slot. Turning action of the tightening bolt engages the nut to the rack. Secured to the slot by a 14-20 bolt and a T-nut. Fabricated from a section of 1/4" CRS plate.
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