Hex Piller Male-Female Threaded Standoffs
Hex pillar male-female threaded standoffs are a type of standoff that has male threads on one end and female threads on the other end. This allows them to be screwed into a female threaded component or into a male threaded component to create a secure connection between two objects.
The hexagonal shape of these standoffs allows for easy installation using a wrench or pliers. They are commonly made from materials such as brass, stainless steel, or aluminum, and come in a variety of lengths and diameters to suit different applications.
Hex pillar male-female threaded standoffs are commonly used in electronic and mechanical assemblies, where they provide a reliable and secure connection between components. They can be used to mount circuit boards, panels, or other parts onto frames or chassis, and can also be used to create a standoff between two components.
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