T-slot nuts and T-slot bolts
A T-slot nut is a very common standard part that slides into corresponding T-slots. The most common uses are machine tables and aluminum sections.
On machine tables, T-slot nuts are typically used for fastening and positioning jigs and components along the table’s T-slots. The nuts are frequently designed according to DIN 508.
On systems and structures assembled from aluminum sections, T-slot nuts are used to connect the individual sections or for attaching accessories.
The most common designs have female thread. The Ganter selection also includes hammerhead or T-slot bolts.
The right T-slot nut for every application
Ganter offers all typical T-slot nuts in steel and stainless steel.
The Ganter selection also includes T-slot nuts with a rhombus shape for vertical insertion into the T-slot, swiveling nuts and nuts with clamping elements. The latter prevent accidental sliding of the nut in the slot during the assembly process.