Knurled copper inserts
are a durable and reliable option for fasteners. This product line features a knurled body and is designed for heat installation and ultrasonic installation. It provides excellent torque resistance and can be installed into drilled holes in almost any material. These inserts are manufactured from stainless steel, aluminum, and brass. They can also be customized to meet your needs.
Knurled inserts are available in a variety of thread sizes and lengths. The product line includes knurled threaded inserts with threads as small as 0.195 inches in diameter and as large as 0.689 inches in diameter. This product line also includes knurled threaded press inserts, which secure pieces to plastic parts. These inserts are designed with flanged and flush head options. They are also available in a variety of internal thread sizes, which can be used for a wide range of applications.
These inserts are primarily used to join plastics. However, they can also be used in cold moulding applications. The heat-set process creates a tight bond between the plastic part and the insert. This ensures the tightest fit. These inserts are designed for notch-sensitive plastics. They can also be used in materials that will wear out if they are constantly taken apart.
These inserts are also available in several different finishes. They come in a variety of shapes, including square, round, and hexagonal. They are also available in a variety lengths, from 1/8 inches to 7/8 inches in diameter. These inserts are also available in a variety of thread sizes, from M1.6 to M50.
Threaded inserts are commonly used in materials that are not threaded, or are too weak to be threaded. These inserts can also be used in materials that need a lead-free option. They can also be used to improve application efficiency. They can also help to reduce unplanned downtime. They also minimize corrosion on thicker fiberglass.
Knurled inserts are also available in brass and aluminum. Brass inserts can be plated, which improves their corrosion resistance. They are also available in square, cross-knurled, and self-tapping designs. In addition, they can be ordered in a variety of outer surfaces, such as natural and nickel finishes. These inserts can also be ordered in blind thread or closed-bottom designs, which prevent plastic from entering the insert.
Processing turning technology
Surface finish Free of oil