Spacers and Standoffs
A spacer is a component that is used to maintain a specific distance between two objects. They can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, or rubber. Spacers are often used in applications where precision is important, such as in electronics or mechanical assemblies.
A standoffs is similar to a spacer but has one or both ends threaded, allowing it to be screwed into place. They are commonly used in applications where two objects need to be separated but also need to be securely fastened together, such as in electronic enclosures or sheet metal assemblies.
Both spacers and standoffs come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different applications. They are typically available in standard sizes, but can also be customized to meet specific requirements.