i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

Post by WGalc » Mon, 12 Mar 2001 20:25:46



i need a source for some really fine metric nuts
thanks
walter galcik
 
 
 

i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

Post by Peter Forbe » Mon, 12 Mar 2001 21:44:33


Quote:

> i need a source for some really fine metric nuts
> thanks
> walter galcik

I am just entering the data for a set of thread comparison tables which
should be on the web pages tonight, but there doesn't seem to be a
compatible thread amongst even the older standards, the largest is 11 X
1.0 in Swiss Fine or S.I Metric Fine, all the 12mm threads go to 1.25,
1.5 or even 1.75 pitch.

Might be a special, more modern version of the Swiss Fine ?

Peter

Peter & Rita Forbes

Lister Cold-Starting Diesel Engines
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http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel

 
 
 

i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

Post by PLAlbrec » Tue, 13 Mar 2001 03:13:02


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>i need a source for some really fine metric nuts

Have you tried a well-stocked auto parts store? The ones with the long rack of
steel drawers with small parts, bolts, nuts, etc in them? M12x1 is a standard
(fine thread) size. (Coarse thread is 12 x 1.75).

Locally, an industrial supply store carries them as well.

Pete

 
 
 

i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

Post by jim roze » Tue, 13 Mar 2001 03:20:24


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> i need a source for some really fine metric nuts
> thanks
> walter galcik

I do know that Metric and Multistandard Corp sells M12 X 1 taps as
stock items, I suspect that if you contacted them they could probably
produce the fasteners as well.

Metric and Multistandard Corp
Elsmford, NY
(914) 769-5020

I have used those folks for unusual fastners in the past and
have been quite pleased.

Jim

 
 
 

i am looking for 12mm x 1mm nuts

Post by DoN. Nicho » Tue, 13 Mar 2001 14:19:13



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>i need a source for some really fine metric nuts

        That happens to be the spindle thread for the old Unimat
SL-1000, and they sold a tap and a die for that thread.  I've got one of
each, in case I need to make something to fit the machine or the chucks
for it.

        Others have suggested some possible sources.

        Good Luck,
                DoN.

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