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For DUCATI MHR 900
On 2016-06-03 15:43:54
I used it as a bolt fixing the rear cowl. I cut it about 10 mm and used it because it was long.
For press mold clamping
On 2014-08-09 13:46:56
I purchased four M20's. Although it was in a thin vinyl one by one, when painting was peeling in some places when checking inside, screw thread was partially dented for a bad thing. The packaging was rounded paper with cushioning material and stud bolt + T throw + nut inside the corrugated cardboard box. It may be that each other got scratched while transporting · · ·. I tried to hit between the threads experimentally, but it seems that it will not dent unless it is considerable force (swing down). The part where the screw bulged and it was hard to pass was scraped with a file and used.
Furniture installation etc.
On 2013-07-22 17:58:30
The price was cheap and things were good very well and I was able to do a very good shopping. If there is next time you can buy without worrying!
Machining jig installation
On 2012-11-10 11:38:23
Rust has occurred despite individual wrapping. It was troublesome to return, so we repaired with black dyed paint and used it.
Installation of press
On 2012-04-16 13:07:23
It was good for the price.
Fastening of press dies
On 2012-04-12 12:54:07
Although it is tightened using a pipe for fixing the press mold, it can be easily detached indefinitely in small quantities of various kinds of plants. I always use it without elongation or chipping deformation.
Clamping of workpiece in milling
On 2012-03-15 18:38:31
Especially I use it without any problem.
Workpiece clamp to MC
On 2012-03-09 10:11:03
It is best if there is a spanner as other manufacturers, but I think that it will not be worthwhile considering the cost. There was no problem with compatibility with other T throws and nuts.
On 2012-01-17 14:29:23
It is not lengthy and can not be used
It is used for fixing the workpiece during milling machine operation and fixing the rotary table.
On 2011-07-06 16:13:31
Although it may become an increase in cost, I think whether it is easier to use if a hexagon is provided in the unbroken part of the stud bolt.