Self Clinch Blind Threaded Standoff
A self-clinching blind threaded standoff is a type of fastener that is commonly used in the electronics industry. It is designed to be pressed into a pre-punched hole in a metal sheet, and once installed, it becomes a permanent fixture in the sheet. The blind threaded standoff is called so because the threaded end of the standoff is not visible on the sheet's surface.
Self-clinching blind threaded standoffs are widely used because of their durability, ease of installation, and cost-effectiveness. They are commonly used to mount printed circuit boards (PCBs), sheet metal enclosures, and other components in electronic assemblies.
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