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The bracket shown here has an elongated hole on one side. They happily gave me the lower price. There are different ways to get the 8 profile lengths from 3 extrusions. In the past, I went with angle brackets, and often combinations of brackets and plates, but I realized it was easier and in some cases more economical to go with anchor fasteners. Not so much in a practical dollars vs sense way but the same could be said of using Festool power tools. For a real table, though, one would want to add stringers for stability, leveling feet, and brackets for attaching a table top. I love this kind of ingenuity. Do most homeowners or even serious woodworking enthusiasts really need that kind of precision and modular dust control? A table top? The machining fees add up. Obviously I use multiple sources to accomplish this. Indeed, pricey. All the parts are cut, still have another 8 hours in some finishing touches, glue and clamp, sanding and finishing and mounting the drawer slides before it gets put into service. It adds up. I like the look of these extrusions, but I wonder if that geometry is really necessary. Probably not. Drawers are drawers. I would have never thought of an air manifold. To them, it amortises itself rather quickly. If you go with end fasteners, you save quite a bit if you cut your extrusions down to size, but really the bulk of the cost savings is in drilling your own access holes and tapping extrusions yourself. I use these for height and depth and then Using a standard combination has allowed me to rebuild and tweak as I go. And the fact that they have the shape on all 4 surfaces meant you could have a system for the floor, and another for the ceiling, all intended to maximize the versatility of your bench area. With Faztek it is worth talking to their design team, it appears to get you a discount and the design is free. Running and buying thousands of dollars of cordless tools for 3 framing companies,each with their own preference, Makita, Dewalt, Milwaukee…is a challenge to stay on top of expenses and what tool produces the best results. I had to use a few brackets and end fasteners for inaccessible places. Very useful! Spend a little more, and it can be made from knot-free 1. For what it is worth after the fact. I love things on wheels and things that can adapt to changing needs, but once one has a certain mass of tools and supplies; or whatever one needs to store … how much does it really evolve, when most hand tools are a certain size? I do wish it was more approachable in price but I love the concept and applications. Part of the fun or tricky part is about determining the best connection for your needs, without costing a fortune. To save costs and simplify things, 4 corner brackets can be used for the top, and 4 end fasteners for the bottom. We moved 2 years ago, and I never had a chance to set things up. If I was more efficient, maybe hrs? So, how do you drill the access hole? I believe they also do sell anodized profiles, but even if so, they will still require a lot of effort, machining, and finishing. You have to have the right tools, you have the right tooling, and you have to be very precise. But I have every intention to return to full thoroughness and speed. Home use? For individuals, it can be better to trade time and elbow grease for substantial savings. But there is the idea that for industrial and commercial solutions it could make real sense. That is neat. If time is more valuable, you can spend more and only have to assemble everything once it arrives. The brackets are pricey no matter what. I saw some of this from another maker, on sale somewhere. And then you want to change the height of the drawer slides? Shipping fees for both will be around the same. For larger profiles like that, you save money paying the cutting fee if it means you can save at least one inch. If you want stronger or more adjustable fastening methods, or you want to save a lot of time and effort, you have that option, but the total costs increase, and fast. It is a no brainer in an industrial and certain commercial settings, machine shops, where you can rapidly build custom solutions in house and get great payback … or on a small setting have large enough project where you have to build some solution, that will be broken down and reused elsewhere later. I could see this product being used as the basis for an outstanding portable mitre saw platform. Because of that, there might be more posts about such topics while things are fresh. I have also ordered from MSC and Zoro. I waste too much time fetching misc tools or finding parts and tooling and machine set up and test cuts. Anchor fasteners are one of the strongest connections possible. There are even double anchors, which can be better for challenging joints. Well, not tricky, as much as time consuming. The equivalent size in aluminum runs a third of that. But what happens when you want to add leveling feet? I can make a similar-sized table out of 2 2x4s ripped in half and cut to length, with either glue, screws, or both holding everything together. But, counterbores are permanent modifications. It would have taken me a lot longer to make anything similarly functional and inconspicuous out of wood. MAN I was an idiot! Gods knows nobody would pay me by the hour to do this stuff! Thank you for showing us what this stuff is for!! If you wanted an all-anchor solution, which would likely provide the strongest construction, at least compared to the options previously discussed, it would require 8 anchors and 8 counterbores. Creating things out of standard square and angle stock may be more cost effective, and perhaps more sturdy. Holy Crap! There is a lower cost and not as versatile alternative system called Lean Pipe. Bins are bins. For those of you that asked for more insight into the pricing, hopefully this helps clarify things. It can save a little money, but can be a headache. So that means 4 fasteners for the top, and 4 for the legs. I had great shipping experiences from MSC, but not from Zoro. Keep in mind that saw blades have measurable kerfs. If you have the tools and expertise, you can save money in exchange for time and elbow grease. Every time I see that great drawer cabinet build photo, I think it looks very neat, cool and solid …….. But for those in business, research, or industrial settings, having a bolt-together solution can be the better choice. In other words, because of my familiarity and experiences, a review on a heavy duty rear-handle saw might not be as thorough as a review of a standard circular saw, even once my workspaces are fully up to speed. With a focus on new tools,that Only people in your position have Access to and which tools directly compete with it. Be careful, though. Light weight, modular, etc. In no uncertain terms, I am overloaded, and overwhelmed. More like if you want it, do it. The workspace setup process would have been a lot easier 10 years ago when I could fit all of my tools in a couple of cabinets and wire shelving units. I thought this was used as shop equipment railing, for easy moving things around as you need it! If I need to add leveling feet, I can tap the ends of profiles.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Different parameters. Larger extrusions can be used for pressurized air! I used different types of angle brackets for a while. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}When I started, I bought bulk 8-foot long extrusions from suppliers when they ran coupon codes, and cut them down to size with a special aluminum-cutting miter saw blade. I regard Toolguyd as a valuable part of that goal…I appreciate the hard work you put into the blog. Nowhere near as nice as extrusion, but it has its place. It too can be used for simple rapid assembly of carts, tables, shelves, etc. Drawer slides? To be fair, I could never be as thorough with certain tools as I could with others. At 23 cents per inch, it takes a lot of unused extrusion material to balance out paying for an additional cut. Plus, anchors require counterbores.