Reset Button Threaded Pins This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for Screw/Swiss Machining These are modified pins to our existing design which we have always made in Brass. Buyer is now looking for a screw machine company to produce them in Stainless Steel and Threaded on both ends. Attached is our print page with specs. Buyer prefers 9/64" material BUT if the 5/32" is more common and less expensive that we prefer to go with the cheaper option. The print shows the threading at 5-40 and 4-40. To be clear ONE END WILL BE 5-40 and THE OTHER END WILL BE 4-40. Buyer would like quotes on the following qtys: 2,000 pcs 6,000 pcs 12,000 pcs 20,000 pcs (current annual volume) To the awarded winner the Buyer would like to have a test qty to review before production. Buyer has tested hand cut samples but would like the opportunity to insure performance before production. Approximately 0.156 inch OD x 1.85 inch long. Please see drawing for all specifications. Part Part Number: 1460866929251 Material: Acier inox Material Grade: 303 Technical Specifications Category:Screw/Swiss Machining Dimensions0.156 x 1.85 inch Tolerance:0.005Annual Usage:2000.0 Are you looking for suppliers (machine shops, fabricators, casters, molders, 3D printing, CNC machining, etc.) to provide manufacturing services for machine tool industry, automotive industry? For more information visit MFG.com. MFG.com performs a 5-point inspection on all engineered parts and RFQs to ensure quality and enhance your online quoting experience Screw/Swiss Machining: Screw/Swiss Machining refers to the high volume production of very small, high precision cylindrical parts. Screw/Swiss machined parts often have very small features called micro-features. Screw/Swiss style machines are similar to CNC lathes or turning centers, only on a smaller scale. Screw/Swiss turning machines are often faster and more accurate than traditional CNC turning centers. The ideal parts for Screw/Swiss turning are made from stainless steel, titanium, brass, aluminum, platinum and iridium. NOTE: Low volume turned parts should be categorized under machining-turning.