Self-Clinching Standoff

April 27, 2006
Type DSOS self-clinching threaded standoffs install close to edges in thin metal sheets and offer a reliable method to stack or space components in an assembly.

They are reportedly ideal where space for fastening hardware is limited, and are RoHS compliant. The stainless standoffs have strong and reusable metal threads, providing secure attachment while permitting component disassembly. They are available in two lengths with #4-40 and M3 threads. The standoffs install flush in steel or aluminum sheets as thin as 0.037 in. with minimum centerline-to-edge distances of 0.126 in. Installed fasteners become a permanent part of the metal assembly, and mating hardware completes final component attachment.

PennEngineering, 5190 Old Easton Rd., Danboro, PA 18916, (800) 237-4736, pemnet.com

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