Mechanical connections

Binding screws are the most common connectors to keep things together. But they are only a small part of the wide range of different mechanical ways of connecting products with others: chains, magnets, rivets and eyelets in different sizes, screws with different coatings and lengths, springs, barbs, rings etc. form the vast range of the mechanical connections.
Binding screws are the most common connectors to keep things together. But they are only a small part of the wide range of different mechanical ways of connecting products with others: chains,... read more »
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Mechanical connections
Binding screws are the most common connectors to keep things together. But they are only a small part of the wide range of different mechanical ways of connecting products with others: chains, magnets, rivets and eyelets in different sizes, screws with different coatings and lengths, springs, barbs, rings etc. form the vast range of the mechanical connections.
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Caps for binding screws
Caps for binding screws
Thickness: 3 mm / Diameter: 15 mm
at €0.05 *
Binding screws (limited)
Binding screws (limited)
Shank brass-plated, head and foot coloured
at €0.55 *
Binding screws, plastic
Binding screws, plastic
Shank diameter: 5 mm
at €0.05 *
Binding screws, nickel-plated
Binding screws, nickel-plated
Shank diameter: approx. 5 mm - turned top quality
at €0.08 *
Binding screws, brass-plated steel
Binding screws, brass-plated steel
Shank Ø: 5 mm - pressure-cast standard quality
at €0.05 *
Binding screws, nickel-plated steel, silver
Binding screws, nickel-plated steel, silver
Shank Ø: 5 mm - pressure-cast standard quality
at €0.05 *
Hook compression bar
Hook compression bar
for spiral spring mechanisms
at €0.08 *
Filing rings
Filing rings
with hinge, nickel-plated
at €0.06 *
Ball chains, cut lengths
Ball chains, cut lengths
iron, coloured - 2.4 mm thick
at €0.11 *
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