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Re: Special Screw


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Posted by Jim Disharoon (66.169.102.29) on November 19, 2002 at 16:51:38:

In Reply to: Special Screw posted by Domenick on November 07, 2002 at 07:29:20:

Consider using a locking screw, formed on the threads at the area of engagement: either with an applied nylon 'patch'(esentially melted nylon), or a pellet (inserted into drilled hole) or a strip (inserted into milled longitudinal slot.
All create a locking 'bulge' on one side of the male threads, thereby both insuring positive position and assured contact with the opposing mated threads.
See Mil-F-18240 and/or IFI-124 (Industrial Fastener Institute).





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