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Tiny Plastic Balls replace steel stampings.
Mechanical Components and Assemblies

Tiny Plastic Balls replace steel stampings.

With 1/16 in. dia, plastic balls are manufactured to precision of ±.001 in. dia tolerance with .001 in. sphericity to ensure uniform size, positioning, and feel of Braille-based sign letters. Plastic balls, engineered of acrylic for stiffness and impact strength, improve legibility for control over size, shape, height, and placement of each raised dot. They are available in smooth and...

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Solid Plastic Balls replace plating tank covers.
Mechanical Components and Assemblies

Solid Plastic Balls replace plating tank covers.

Solid plastic balls float on surface of plating tank solutions in tight, naturally occurring pattern that seals up to 96% of heat and vapor inside plating tank, often eliminating need for tank covers in manual electroplating lines. Barrier prevents loss of potentially dangerous fluids during electroplating operations. Balls spread out to permit immersion and removal of cathodes, fasteners, pipes,...

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Tiny Plastic Balls replace steel stampings.
Mechanical Components and Assemblies

Tiny Plastic Balls replace steel stampings.

With 1/16 in. dia, plastic balls are manufactured to precision of ±.001 in. dia tolerance with .001 in. sphericity to ensure uniform size, positioning, and feel of Braille-based sign letters. Plastic balls, engineered of acrylic for stiffness and impact strength, improve legibility for control over size, shape, height, and placement of each raised dot. They are available in smooth and...

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Solid Plastic Balls replace plating tank covers.
Mechanical Components and Assemblies

Solid Plastic Balls replace plating tank covers.

Solid plastic balls float on surface of plating tank solutions in tight, naturally occurring pattern that seals up to 96% of heat and vapor inside plating tank, often eliminating need for tank covers in manual electroplating lines. Barrier prevents loss of potentially dangerous fluids during electroplating operations. Balls spread out to permit immersion and removal of cathodes, fasteners, pipes,...

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