|Nov 26, 2007, 07:31 PM|
Micro threaded rod?
I remember a old post that someone was using the threaded rod out of a linear pot. Anyone have this link or a part number for the pot? need it for a swing wing I’m working on.
|Nov 27, 2007, 01:12 AM|
Portland, OR USA
Joined Mar 2005
Try Small Parts, Inc. (www.smallpartsl.com)
One possibility is Small Parts, Inc. They have a variety of threaded rods, including very small sizes. For example, in sstainless steel:
|Nov 27, 2007, 10:05 AM|
The trim pots you would need are multi turn pots, go for the 30 turn. But that said just buy long #0/86 screws or smaller. I think I once saw some #00 threaded rod listed at Small Parts, but I'm not sure.
|Dec 30, 2008, 06:03 PM|
How many inch is an 1.5mm diameter ???
Hi , please help me to understand how are called the diameters ( I' m French ).
I now that 1 inch is 2.54cm
I search 1.5mm diameter Threaded Rod , i find 0.059 inch is the theorical value for the diameter and I think i will not find this value in practice ....... What is the nearset ( "more near" ) value ???
1/16 of inch dosn' t exist ( 1/16 inch = 1.58 mm )
What means 0 , 00 , 000 , 0000 ?
Thanks in advance , if you help me i will learn you how to make Champagne with Turkish beer , spanish mushrooms ..... and French water melon off course
This is what i find on "small parts shop"
( http://www.smallparts.com/b/16410731...AF&pf_rd_t=201 )
|Dec 30, 2008, 09:08 PM|
great , thanks you
..... for your link about :
Decimal and Millimeter Equivalents of Fractional Parts of an Inch
( Equivalence de décimale et de millimètre des fractions de mesures en pouce )
And : "1 size" = 1.85mm diameter
00 size = 1.2mm diameter
000 size = 0.86mm diameter
|Dec 30, 2008, 09:22 PM|
OK , for my 1st application it will be OK because I will fit the Threaded Rod in a plastic part .
I also search where to buy 1.5mm Threaded Rod for an other application where i must use nuts .
Perhaps i finaly will must buy 0-80 nuts , and become an "Imperial screews user"
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