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Aluminium machine frames for any application

29-03-2011
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Efficiency is key to any successful industry or workplace.

Sydney-based 80/20 Australia specializes in truly customizable machine frame designs that can be innovatively tailored to any industry or application.

Using T-slotted aluminium extrusion profiles, machine frames can be altered and adjusted at any time, allowing for versatility in design, as well as ease in assemblage.

Lift-load units, hoist supports, linear motion systems are all customizable, giving the opportunity to think “outside the box” to create imaginative solutions.

The T-slotted profile allows for the freedom to choose a design to fit the needs of any application.

80/20 Australia
Ph: (02) 9838 9900
www.8020.com.au

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