Reset Button Threaded Pins

This item was sourced on 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 Number:       1460866929251
Material:       Acier inox
Material Grade:       303

Technical Specifications

Category:Screw/Swiss Machining

Dimensions0.156 x 1.85 inch


Annual Usage:2000.0

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