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Breadboard Mounting Accessories for 25 mm Rails
Table Clamp with Slot for 1/4"-20 (M6) Cap Screws
Right Angle Bracket with Counterbored Holes for 1/4"-20 (M6) Cap Screws
Bracket Orients Rail Orthogonal
Right Angle Bracket with Counterbored Slots for 1/4"-20 (M6) Cap Screws
Thorlabs provides options for customers who wish to build a 25 mm rail system on top of an optical table or breadboard. The XE25CL2 Table Clamp secures a rail parallel to the breadboard surface, while the XE25A90 and AB90H Right-Angle Brackets mount a rail in a standing position.
Thorlabs' accessories for assemblies made of 25 mm rails include corner cubes and brackets, T-Nuts, low-profile channel screws, breadboard mounting accessories, rail joiners, and a channel insert. In addition, we offer optical enclosures, enclosure accessories, and do-it-yourself tools like taps, tap guides, and drill guides for home-built XE25-based constructions.
The XE25CL2 Table Clamp mounts a 25 mm rail horizontally to a 1/4"-20 or M6 tapped surface by using a rail channel. It holds the rail in place using a side-located rail channel, while leaving the top rail channel free to accept enclosure panels or T-Nuts. The clamp features a 1" (25.4 mm) long clearance slot compatible with 1/4"-20 and M6 screws, providing mounting for imperial and metric tables.
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Enclosure Bolted to Optical Table
The AB90H and XE25A90 Right-Angle Brackets can be used to fasten 25 mm rails to each other using a T-Nut (not included) or to an optical table. Both intended for use with 1/4"-20 (M6) cap screws and washers, the AB90H has a total of two 1/4" wide slots of lengths of 1" (25.4 mm) and 0.5" (12.7 mm), allowing for additional flexibility in positioning the rails on a breadboard, while the XE25A90 has two counterbored holes.
These brackets are ideal for fastening our optical enclosures to an optical table or breadboard.