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Question Different Materials for a 3/8ths x 10 Joint Pin? - 09-12-2018, 07:53 PM

Will I be able to find other material for replacement of a 3/8x10 steel pin?
  
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09-12-2018, 09:12 PM

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Will I be able to find other material for replacement of a 3/8x10 steel pin?

Old standard. Stainless, brass and aluminum. I don't recommend aluminum. Bends to easy.
Newer flat bottom available in G10, aluminum, brass, titanium, brass and stainless. I think I also saw copper on one of the sites.


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09-13-2018, 12:21 AM

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Old standard. Stainless, brass and aluminum. I don't recommend aluminum. Bends to easy.
Newer flat bottom available in G10, aluminum, brass, titanium, brass and stainless. I think I also saw copper on one of the sites.
There's the ticket. Isn't the G10 carbon fiber?
wait a minute, that isn't a 10 thread, it's an 11 , is that right?

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09-13-2018, 02:15 AM

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There's the ticket. Isn't the G10 carbon fiber?
wait a minute, that isn't a 10 thread, it's an 11 , is that right?
G10 is glass/epoxy, not carbon fiber. G10 pins are available in 3/8-11, 3/8-10, 3/8-10 Modified, Radial and even American Ball thread.



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09-14-2018, 02:48 AM

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G10 is glass/epoxy, not carbon fiber. G10 pins are available in 3/8-11, 3/8-10, 3/8-10 Modified, Radial and even American Ball thread.
I thought that radial and American ball thread were the same thread. One was just made by a particular company and the other is the generic name for it. (Like Advil vs Ibuprofen). Is that not correct?
  
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I thought that radial and American ball thread were the same thread. One was just made by a particular company and the other is the generic name for it. (Like Advil vs Ibuprofen). Is that not correct?

That's what I was told. To protect name rights. The one's made by Tom were just called Ball screw.


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