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Suited for OEM applications, Locating Pins are made with hardened A2 tool steel for common industrial usage or in corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel for machines found in food processing, medical, and pharmaceutical industries. Design engineers can specify all critical dimensions in metric and inch sizes, including head heights, lengths, shanks, and diameters in very fine increments, as well as OD tolerances.
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MISUMI Offers Design Engineers Locating Pins in 50,000 Size Variations < Metric or Inch
SCHAUMBURG, IL, NOVEMBER 4, 2004 In its continuing drive to offer design engineers the most varied and customizable components, MISUMI USA, INC., a leading supplier of mechanical components for factory automation, today announced a family of locating pins available in 50,000 size variations made up of common design shapes as well as hard-to-find pins modified to fit virtually any fixturing and part locating job. Ideal in a wide number of OEM applications, MISUMI locating pins are constructed with hardened A2 tool steel for common industrial usage or in corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel for machines found in the food processing, medical and pharmaceutical industries. Design engineers are given the freedom to specify all critical dimensions in metric and inch sizes, including head heights, lengths, shanks and diameters in very fine increments, as well as O.D. tolerances. Best of all, the pins are available in as little as one day for $3.20 (U.S.) per piece. Unlike its competitors, MISUMI does not require a minumum order quantity or value, and no drawings are required. MISUMI locating pins are featured in the new Mechanical Components For Assembly Automation inch catalog and the MISUMI metric catalog, free to customers who call 800-681-7475 (local 847-843-9105). The catalog can also be ordered at www.misumiusa.com, or by e-mailing email@example.com. ABOUT MISUMI USA, INC Located in Schaumburg, Illinois, MISUMI USA, INC. was established as a subsidiary of MISUMI Corp. in 1988. It is a leading supplier of custom mechanical components for factory automation and press and plastic die components, cutting tools, and gauges to over 3,500 customers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America.