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  • DOWEL PINS, THROUGH HARDENED, PLAIN, ALLOY

    Dowel Pins

    (406)


    Dowel pins have ground cylindrical sides with both ends chamfered. Dowel pins are used where precise locating of mating parts is necessary, but with relatively minor wear or shock factors.

    Dowel pins are often used as a plug gage, hinge, or shaft. Their precise tolerance makes them excellent for achieving proper alignment of parts in high-speed assemblies.

  • METRIC DOWEL PINS, THROUGH HARDENED, DIN 6325, PLAIN, ALLOY


    Dowel pins have ground cylindrical sides with both ends chamfered. Dowel pins are used where precise locating of mating parts is necessary, but with relatively minor wear or shock factors.

    Dowel pins are often used as a plug gage, hinge, or shaft. Their precise tolerance makes them excellent for achieving proper alignment of parts in high-speed assemblies.

  • METRIC SPRING PINS BLACK OXIDE MEDIUM CARBON


    Spring pins (also called roll pins, tension pins, and expansion pins) are hollow and slotted across the length to facilitate tension. Spring pins are made of carbon spring steel, a pliable yet effective steel ideal for this pin's applications.

    Spring pins can be used for many jobs, including electrical connectors in circuits, terminals, actuators, wire harness fixtures, studs, hinges, fixing pulleys or gears to shafts, and more. They permit a wider tolerance than drive pins, taper pins, or collar pins because of their greater flexibility. In addition, the tapered ends of spring pins make them relatively easy to insert and drill.

  • SPRING PINS STEEL BLACK OXIDE (PACKAGE)

    Spring Pins

    (398)


    Spring pins (also called roll pins, tension pins, and expansion pins) are hollow and slotted across the length to facilitate tension. Spring pins are made of carbon spring steel, a pliable yet effective steel ideal for this pin's applications.

    Spring pins can be used for many jobs, including electrical connectors in circuits, terminals, actuators, wire harness fixtures, studs, hinges, fixing pulleys or gears to shafts, and more. They permit a wider tolerance than drive pins, taper pins, or collar pins because of their greater flexibility. In addition, the tapered ends of spring pins make them relatively easy to insert and drill.