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    Is there an official way to attach t slots to the wall or stud?....or do i just drill a hole and run a screw all the way across from the slots to the stud?...thank you

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    That will work, or you could use the angle iron clamps the sell. Or make your own from angle iron.



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    Thank you very much sir...really appreciate it..



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    actually, while one could do it using either the brackets or a lag screw to wall approach (ive done this myself), ive found that the approach that works best is to take the specific floor mounting brackets appropriate for the t slot extrusion you're working with, and mount that bracket to the stud, as if it were the floor. this gives you the ability to adjust and level, as these brackets are designed to allow one to level and true the captured extrusion.

    i can post pics and part numbers later today if you need further clarification - im currently building a 80/20 based workstation framework the attached to both my concrete floor, wall studs, and my very heavy woodworking bench, all of which provides increased rigidity, but all of which must be kept squared, as accurate cutting and measurements are kinda important to me ;-)



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