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Steel Feet support jig construction.

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February 13, 2013 - Available in metric sizes, Series DIN 6320 Jig Feet are normally used in jig construction if neither self-aligning support nor axial adjustment is required. RoHS-compliant units are made of 1.0718 steel rather than quenched and tempered steel as specified in official DIN 6320 standard sheet. Feet range in height from 10–50 mm with thread sizes from M6–M12.

J.W. Winco, Inc.

P.O. Box 510035, New Berlin, WI, 53151, USA

Original Press Release

J.W. Winco, Inc. Steel Feet Useful for Jig Construction

Press release date: November 30, 2012

NEW BERLIN, WI – J.W. Winco, Inc., a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components, announced it now offers series DIN 6320 Jig Feet, in metric sizes.

These RoHS compliant feet are normally used in jig construction, if neither a self-aligning support nor an axial adjustment is required. They are made of1.0718 steel rather than quenched and tempered steel as specified in the official DIN 6320 standard sheet. The feet range in height from 10 to 50 mm, and thread sizes from M6 to M12.

J.W. Winco offers an extensive selection of inch and metric size adjustable levers, cabinet U-handles, plastic and steel hinges and locking mechanisms, revolving and retractable handles, hand wheels, hand cranks, tube connection and conveyor components, inch and metric construction tubing, shock absorption mounts, leveling mounts, hand knobs, spring, ball and indexing plungers, jig, fixture and fastening components, retaining magnet assemblies, toggle clamps, metric casters and wheels, universal joints, oil sight glasses, and metric tools for the industrial and commercial equipment industries. J.W. Winco’s Web site catalog, with 3D CAD and online buying, is viewable at www.jwwinco.com.

For more information, contact J.W. Winco at 800-877-8351, by fax at 800-472-0670, on the Web at www.jwwinco.com , and via e-mail at sales@jwwinco.com.

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