Boker's, Inc.

Boker's, Inc., has expanded their stamping and washer production capabilities to ensure quick turnaround on long runs. With high-volume production runs of over one million washers, and 95 years of experience in precision metal stamping production, Boker’s can meet standard or custom design requirements while ensuring fast delivery. Boker’s expansion of stamping and was... Read more...

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Smalley Steel Ring Company

A Smalley Laminar Ring is a metallic labyrinth seal consisting of multiple rings in a groove. This arrangement of the rings and the specific orientation of the rings are dictated by the application and the severity of the environment. Standard parts from 5/8" to 50" and 15 mm to 1300 mm. Read more...

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Bead Electronics

Bead’s economical lamp pins are used in the T12, T8, and T5 lamps that light homes and businesses around the world. They are also used in specialty applications such as UV lamps for water and air purification and high intensity theatrical, operating theater, and runway lighting. Read more...

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Bead Electronics

Bead's precision pin tips reduce insertion and mating forces by up to 35%. This makes our Solid Wire Contact Pins ideal for all your PCB, connector and wire wrap applications. Read more...

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Bead Electronics

Bead's tubular pins provide the functionality needed at substantial cost savings compared to machined contacts. Our unique Bead-formed process is fast, accurate, consistent, and scrapless, delivering high quality tubular pins at 30-70% savings over machined contacts. With Bead, you get better value than any other pin on the market. Read more...

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Smalley Steel Ring Company

Smalley Steel Ring Co. announces the release of the new Linear Spring Series. Linear Springs offer a selection of spring loads that react along a straight line, as opposed to a conventional spring that fits in a circular cavity. This means a linear spring may be located in an axial direction, but providing a radial force. Read more...

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