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Old 29th December 2003, 07:35 PM   #1
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I saw this on /. yesterday:

I read all the posts, but the submitter says that it is a tinker toy system for building PC cases.

I went to the manufactures site and found the LUBIC-4480.

Very cool, but I cant imagine that it is cost effective. The kit contains a bunch of familiar looking aluminum (anodized) extrusions and a bunch of do-dads for sticking them together.

The /. submitter says he stumbled across the stuff at Fry’s, but I was unable to find it on the Fry site.

Looks like good rapid prototyping stuff.
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I think those lubic setups are pretty nice. Probably expensive like crazy, but they look really good and the are probably solid enough for proper use.
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The extrusion seems to run around 3.50 a foot at McMaster-Carr when sold as Aluminum Linear Motion Rail. Not a bad price for that application...
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