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  • Steve_Cole
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    Google M3 spacers, lots of different styles, lengths and materials.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk

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  • sewingmachine
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    In the home shop Machinist and Machinist Workshop there is listed a company called Micro fasteners. The handle Metric as well as Imperial fasteners. You might want to try them.

    Dave

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  • wierdscience
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    Originally posted by Ohio Mike View Post
    That seems double odd to me. An M3 should be 5.5 mm across the flats and 2.4 mm high. Is this even a 0.5 mm standard pitch?
    Standard pitch,just everything else is odd apparently.

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  • wierdscience
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    Originally posted by genea View Post
    Nothing 7mm across but they do have 6 and 8mm across with M3 threads, 5mm tall, and a lot of different materials.

    RAF Hardware: http://www.rafhdwe.com/metrics/inter...standoffs.html
    Now there is a possibility.

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  • wierdscience
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    Originally posted by MattiJ View Post
    If you need metric ****load of them I am sure that some factory will happily make 100 ton batch of m3 DIN6330 nuts... ah well, I guess you don't need THAT many
    Wouldn't that be a S---t Tonne of them?

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  • Ohio Mike
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    Originally posted by wierdscience View Post
    I have some M3 nuts I would like to find a source for.These are M3 diameter 7mm hex and 5mm tall.Is this a standard series in Metric fasteners?Are other sizes available?Or are these something special?
    That seems double odd to me. An M3 should be 5.5 mm across the flats and 2.4 mm high. Is this even a 0.5 mm standard pitch?

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  • genea
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    Nothing 7mm across but they do have 6 and 8mm across with M3 threads, 5mm tall, and a lot of different materials.

    RAF Hardware: http://www.rafhdwe.com/metrics/inter...standoffs.html

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  • MattiJ
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    Originally posted by wierdscience View Post
    I'm gonna need too many to cut anything down or make anything.I was hoping to find a source for these in bulk if possible,but looks like they aren't common afterall.
    If you need metric ****load of them I am sure that some factory will happily make 100 ton batch of m3 DIN6330 nuts... ah well, I guess you don't need THAT many

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  • tom_d
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    I've never purchased from them, but they appear to have quite the selection:
    Maryland Metrics http://mdmetric.com/

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  • wierdscience
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    I'm gonna need too many to cut anything down or make anything.I was hoping to find a source for these in bulk if possible,but looks like they aren't common afterall.

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  • H380
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    Yep. What MattiJ said.

    https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/coupling-nuts-m3.html

    https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale...oupling+nut+m3

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  • MattiJ
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    Din6330 comes to my mind but finding those in m3 size might be tricky. Another option is to cut down from longer "coupler nuts"

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  • boslab
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    Not sure, if your stuck use m3 hex spacer and cut a pice the size you need and screw some 3mm thread bar in, I've used 2 nuts to get a deep head a few times too, 7mm head sounds a little deep
    Mark

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  • wierdscience
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    Tall Metric machine screw nuts?

    I have some M3 nuts I would like to find a source for.These are M3 diameter 7mm hex and 5mm tall.Is this a standard series in Metric fasteners?Are other sizes available?Or are these something special?
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