80/20 Inc


80/20 Inc is listed in the Steel Erectors category in Columbia City, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for 80/20 Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 80/20 Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for 80/20 Inc is:
1701 S 400 E
Columbia City, IN 46725
(260) 248-8030
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80/20 Inc. shared gCreate's video.
So many cool things get created on 3D printers!
This Print 3D Channel video of the #3dprinted 5-Sided Twist Container has us absolutely mesermized. This awesome model was created by @dddevinnn and was printed on Jeffrey's gCreate gMax 1.5 XT+. Have you been keeping up with Print 3D Channel's #3dp365project? This is his Day 46 video and he is coming out with a new video a day for all of 2017! Make sure to check him out on YouTube @Print 3D Channel :) #gCreate #Print3DChannel #3dprinting #whatwillyoucreate

RT @SkardaEquipment: #RoadShow #Safety #ReadyforOSHA #AskforaDemo @8020Inc @HTMSensors @pinnaclesystems @CILCOM @ProportionAir #2handnotie…

Friday's #foodforthought https://t.co/q5bhjNLPYL

Friday's Food for Thought!

RT @neffpower: Our experienced 80/20 design engineers finished this cabinet using @8020Inc 15 series smooth extrusion and aluminum panels.…

@FTCThumbs4106 Looking forward to seeing the robot!

Exciting things happening in the world of #robots! goo.gl/bWGeRg

80/20 Inc. shared Robotiq's photo.
Exciting stuff happening in the world of robots!
New this week: Bat bot takes flight, cobots at AUSPACK, 500 years of robots, robocar reports, DARPA's drone-catcher and more news http://bit.ly/2kYAltM

Pick your profile! Some might say it's even better than chocolate ;)

Check out this home-brewing stand; it's mobile and can easily accommodate additions when it's time to start producing more! Thanks, Tom, for sharing - cheers!