M6 Special Flat Cap/Blind nuts

Monday, July 17th, 2017

It took us just 2 hours to make a small batch of these cap nuts to our customers sample. He didn't know what thread was being used and he found the cap the sample he had wouldn't go all the way. But we were able to modify the internal thread profile slightly to allow a deeper thread engagement without altering the overall size of the nuts. Another customer happy with our goods that they'll be ordering a much larger quantity from us!

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M12x1.75 Male to 1/2 BSW (12tpi) Female adapter with cross thread and grub screw

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

A customer asked us to prototype an adaptor of theirs to join two incompatible parts, one with a metric M12x1.75 female thread and the other part with a male 1/2x12tpi BSW thread. We said no sweat. 1 hour later and we have the prototype ready to use along with our suggested cross tapped hole with grub screw for fixing. Not bad I'd say!

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1/4 BSF Single Slot special nuts to drawing

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

We were provided with a customer's drawing and a sample to work from on this part. It involved a number of different processes, and ensuring the finish was right was key to this product. Trojan drilled, chamfered, turned down, threaded and slotted the nuts so quickly that our customer was surprised the day they landed on his doorstep.

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Monday, December 12th, 2016

We made some nylon insert nuts in a fine pitch format out of CZ121 (CW614N) hexagon brass bar. These were made to DIN985 standard and are often known as nylock nuts or nyloc nuts. These are a prevailing torque type of nut that uses a nylon ring to create increased torque upon application. When the nut is tightened onto a bolt or setscrew the nylon ring deforms and creates a tight frictional fit which reduces the risk of the nut loosening upon vibration. We typically use Nylon 66 in a natural colour for this. We typically use Tecamid 66 material for this.

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M4 to M3 reducing hexagon coupler nut

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

We just made some M4 to M3 reducing hexagon coupling nuts for one of our regular customers in 303 stainless steel material. The nuts are tapped half way in each thread form from either side. They took a few hours to make and none were rejected during our testing process. This is an example of a special nut made to a customer's verbal specification. We did this without a drawing or a sample. We're trying to make smaller special nuts than our usual size limit. We can make double ended hexagon coupling nuts with any mixture of thread forms on one thread. If you want to mix metric and unified - no problem. If it's machinable, we'll do…

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CA104 Nuts

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Our customer free issued a bar of 3 inch diameter CA104 Aluminium Bronze for us to manufacture special M42x3.0 special hexagon nuts to their drawing. Not only was this done with expert precision, but we made these in under a day! Quick, cost effective production just the way we do it!

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BSP special nuts in Brass

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

We made a small batch of 1/4 BSP nuts to a customer's specification with no external chamfers. These nuts are tiny, but as you can see, they're expertly turned from hex Brass CW614N/CZ121 bars.

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Copper Nuts!

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

We just manufactured some M10 hex lock nuts to BS3692 standard in Copper C101. Thus was accomplished by machining a round bar of the material into hexagon. Something we do on a regular basis for materials available only in diameter/round bar form. As you can see, the quality is excellent and they were made in record time, specially for our customer.

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