this section of the 80/20 Training Center you will see first
hand the basic methods of assembling panel and door applications
and components. The following pages will give you standard product
information, a list of all required tools and accessories needed
for assembly, as well as links to the corresponding catalog
Below is a list of the fastening methods covered in this section,
simply click the desired link and start building.
Hinges are a simple and effective method of building sturdy
doors and shelves. This page will show you the assembly
process and workings of the short and long pin insert.
Adjustable Hinge is a quick and easy method for mounting
light-weight panels to T-slotted profiles. These light-weight
hinges are made of high strength black nylon and have
an adjustable tension pin.
Doors are made easy using 80/20 modular products. See
first-hand how easy it is to attach sliding door track
to T-slotted profiles and simply drop in your panels for
a fully functional sliding door.
doors are a stable and unique method of designing doors.
This page will show you how UHMW bearing pads are used
inside of profile
T-slots to create a smooth and fluid motion when opening
Bi-Fold doors built with 80/20.
Wheels are another of 80/20's linear motion solutions.
They can be used for sliding doors and guarding enclosures.
Roller Wheels offer smooth motion without messy lubrication
chemicals or bearings. This assembly concept also covers
the roller bracket and assemblies.
Mount Blocks are a perfect choice for firmly mounting
panels flush or offset with the mounting profile. This
page will show you the benefits of pre-loading your fasteners
and proper mounting to the profile and panel.
Change Panel Clamps offer what the name implies, quick and
easy mounting of plastic panels without machining or mounting
hardware. This page will cover all of the steps that should
be taken to ensure a properly mounted panel connection.
Drop-In Panel Bracket is another method of panel mounting
that is not only quick but requires only one fastener
for mounting to the panel. This page will show you just
how easy it is to use the Drop-In Panel Bracket.
Retainers are the strongest method for mounting panels
to 80/20 T-slotted profiles. This page will show you the
method for mounting the retainer not only to the profile
but also to the plastic panel.