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I've looked on Motedis web site but can't see a suitable connector. Regards Mike Same company but slightly cheaper 'Hammer' brand. Will be tricky on that angle piece thou.! Hi Eddy You will have to drill the 40x right through and use stud iron same dia as the slot width, small lengths of flat bar drilled and tapped to fit the 45deg section and you want a hole in the 40x80 section for the stud iron and also a larger hole for the nut you are going to have to make to tighten it all up, you need some hex bar to make the nuts, just turn the hex down to to a slight clearance on the larger hole and drill and tap to suit your stud iron, or just machine a sleeve and fit some nice shiney dome nuts, ormake the hole big enough to get a socket in to tighten and fill the hole with a plastic plug. Hi Edddy If you decide to go with the method i mentioned it will make life easier if you tack weld the flat bar that goes in the 45deg section to the stud iron so you end up with a long bolt. Insert threaded bars through the holes and tighten it all together with Nyloc locknuts. I'd be interested in hearing of a good way to do this too. All rights reserved.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Counterbores to allow a socket to be placed over the dome nuts was cut on the cnc router, it cut it like butter. I was going to put 6mm aluminium top on it but to keep cost down I found some spare 10mm waterproof melamine faced plywood. Regards Mike. The picture shows a proposed sliding table for a saw bench. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}View Full Version : Joining aluminium extrusion lengthways. Holes drilled right through, 8mm rod with dome nuts at the end and captive channel nuts in the 45deg extrusion. Three aluminium profiles 40x80, 40x, 45deg. Also after using supported rail for the first time I can safely say that even though it works great for this application I would not use it myself for building a cnc machine. Could you not drill a series of holes along the lengths of all the sections, counter bore all the holes on the outside two. Thanks for replies so far, it confirms what I thought even though it seems a basic and reasonable requirement. The width across the top surface is just over mm, total length of the assembly will be mm. A bit more awkward with the angled profile though. Just a standard slide block and then drill the centre of the extrusion and bolt through from the side I believe. Possibly a stupid idea but how about a strip of Ali or strong plastic the shape of a double ended T nut then knock it in and cover with profile cap end. The question is, how can I join the aluminium profiles together along their length? As you can see it's fastened to two SBR rails with four bearings fastened to the machine. The 40x could be drilled from either side as you have the accuracy of your CNC machine. My only idea was to drill through the one profile, screw through and use a normal T Nut on the other. Nice job Eddy, is that a Felder? Think Your going to have to drill some holes and use standard connector elements or T-nuts.