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Press parts together and slide for an incredibly fast, strong connection—totally concealed with no visible fasteners.

Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets

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56738
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Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets STRIPLOX MINI 60 STRIPLOX Full Assortment
Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connector, 2-3/8''L, 10 Sets

Striplox Mini joinery connectors have a huge variety of uses in knock-down furniture and on-site assembly. The two-part connectors are mortised into the corresponding pieces, providing a totally concealed look with no visible fasteners. To connect, just press the parts together and slide. After the initial installation with LiquidLox Adhesive (#56422, sold separately), assembly and disassembly are completely tool-free. Break off the locking tab if you want to be able to disassemble the joint, or leave it in place for a permanent connection. Made from durable, heat-stabilized glass-reinforced nylon. May be oriented vertically or horizontally, depending on your application.


Applications include:

  • Wood joints in knock-down furniture or ready-to-assemble furniture (RTA)
  • Frames, structures and supports
  • Knock-down work tables for the shop
  • Floating shelves on the wall
  • Acoustic paneling (air space from surface-mount will enhance performance)
  • Wall and ceiling paneling
  • Architectural panels
  • Signage and display boards
  • Retail displays and fixtures
  • Commercial or office partitions
(10) Sets of Striplox Mini 60 Concealed Connectors, 2-3/8''L
More Information
Brand Striplox
Manufacturer Part Number 440.0601
Weight 0.2000
Tech Spec
  • Connector Width: 0.276''
  • Connector Length: 2-3/8''
  • Connector Depth (with both components joined): 0.79''
  • Material: Glass-reinforced nylon
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Too hard to work with...
Bought some of these to experiment with. I was looking for a knock-down alternative to mortise and tenon joints.

Maybe these would be ok in a metric shop, but if you work in the English units the setup for installing these is pretty tedious/annoying.

If you want a precise alignment once your pieces are connected then consider how you're going to align your parts.
With biscut joining you can precisely align your parts when you glue ths biscut in. With these you have two separate halves to glue in and only when it's too late will you see how good your aligning was. It doesn't help that the connectors are rounded making it even harder to get them placed just right.

Measurement issues make these things just too finicky to work with. I just pin my M&T's.

BTW: they do sell a layout template for these, but I can't imagine that'll help much if you're not metric.
March 12, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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parker b on Dec 11, 2018
looks good
parker b on Dec 11, 2018
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