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Pin Type
   Dowel Pins       
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   All Dowel Pins       Select this option to search all dowel pins. 
   Drive Pin       Drive pins have an interference fit and must be driven into place. They are commonly used to assemble components in rotary or other moving applications. 
   Escutcheon Pin       Escutcheon pins are used for light fastening jobs such as attaching nameplates. Escutcheon pins have a semispherical head at one end and a long cone at the other. Usually, these pins are hammered into place by hand. 
   Groove Pin       Grooved pins are cylindrical pins with longitudinal grooves. They are used to join two components. Grooves provide greater surface area for adhesive, and offer improved holding power. 
   Knurled Pin       Knurled pins are straight pins with a knurled surface. They provide a better grip than a smooth dowel pin. 
   Oversize Dowel       Oversized dowel pins are manufactured slightly over the nominal size. 
   Parallel Pin       Parallel pins are cylindrical dowel pins that have the ends machined to two different tolerances. 
   Pull Dowel Pin       Pull dowel pins have a threaded hole in one end so that a screw can be inserted to help remove the pin from a blind hole. 
   Spiral Groove Pin       Spiral groove pins are cylindrical pins with longitudinal grooves. They are used to join two components. Grooves provide greater surface area for adhesive, and offer improved holding power. 
   Straight Dowel       Straight dowel pins are cylindrical pins that join two pieces together to prevent motion or slippage. 
   Stepped Dowel Pin       Stepped dowel pins have two different body diameters. 
   Taper Pin, Nonthreaded       Nonthreaded taper pins are solid pins with a taper at a rate of 1/4" per foot from the larger end to the smaller. 
   Taper Pin, Threaded       Threaded taper pins have the same dimensions as standard taper pins with the addition of a threaded section, usually at the smaller end. Threaded taper pins are used when removal may be required. 
   Undersize Dowel       Undersized dowel pins are manufactured slightly under the nominal size. 
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   Spring Pins       
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   Search All Spring Pins       Select this option to search all spring pins. 
   Coiled Spring Pin       Coiled spring pins are made of steel or other metal. They are coiled into a hollow cylindrical shape. 
   Roll / Slotted Spring Pin       Roll pins or slotted steel springs are made of rolled steel or other material and rolled into a cylindrical shape. These headless, hollow pins have a slot that runs longitudinally down the length of the pin. 
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   Cotter Pins and Wire Clips       
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   Search All Cotter Pins and Wire Clips       Select this option to search all cotter pins and wire clips. 
   Cotter Pin, Extended / Hammerlock       Cotter pins are split pins that are opened outward after passing through a hole. The most common type is the extended cotter pin, which has one end that is slightly longer than the other. Often, cotter pins are used in conjunction with clevis pins. Cotter pins are also referred to as split pins. 
   Clinch Pin       Clinch pins are a variation of cotter pins. They are manufactured with a hump on one end. Clinch pins are self-securing and do not require bending of the ends. 
   Hairpin Cotter       Hairpin cotters are reusable pins that are sometimes called hitch pin clips or external hairpin clips. With hairpin cotters, one end of the pin is inserted in the hole of a hitch pin. A hump on the other side clips the pin externally. 
   Hairpin Clip       Hairpin clips are reusable pins that are also referred to as external hitch pin clips. These pins are made of wire, and are bent for external fastening applications. 
   Ring Cotter       Ring cotter pins are wire pins that are coiled into the shape of a ring. They are also called circle cotters. 
   Twist Pin       Twist pins are twisted wire pin clips that can be used as replacements for standard hairpin cotters. Twist pins are self-locking, and easy to install and remove. 
   Circle Cotter       Circle cotters are manufactured from wire that is wound or turned-on from the middle out. The open end of the cotter is threaded into a hole in a pin, and then turned until it snaps into place.  Circle cotters are very secure. They are used where sharp ends are not permitted, such as fabric applications. 
   Safety Pin       Safety pins are wire-wound, and similar in construction to household fasteners by the same name. 
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   Hitch Pins and Linch Pins       
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   Search All Hitch and Linch Pins       Select this option to search all hitch and linch pins. 
   Hitch Pin       Hitch pins are used to temporarily couple or "hitch" two components. They are used with a cotter pin or integral safety pin. Usually, hitch pins are manufactured with a wire loop grip at one end for easy removal. 
   Clevis Pin       Clevis pins are used with cotter pins. They have a head on one end and a hole on the other. The hole is used to insert the cotter pin. Clevis pins are removable and used to secure two components together. 
   Clevis Pin, Adjustable       Adjustable clevis pins are similar to standard clevis pins, but have several holes at different dimensions from the end in order to accommodate a range of fastening applications. 
   Detent Pin       Detent pins have a locking ball that holds the pin in place by spring force. The spring pushes the ball axially to the pin, allowing it to seat in a hole or detent. 
   Wire Lock / Snapper / Safety Spring Pin       Wire locks, snappers, and safety spring pins are various types hitch pins. They contain an integral wire-locking device. These pins may also have a spring for positive-locking. 
   Toggle Pin       Toggle pins are a type of locking hitch pin that does not require a cotter pin. Instead, they have a spring-loaded toggle on the end to keep the pin from sliding out. 
   Linch Pin       Linch pins have a ring loop attached to the head. This loop snaps down hard to hold the fastener in place. 
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   Locating and Fixturing Pins       
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   Search All Locating and Fixturing Pins       Select this option to search all locating and fixturing pins. 
   Bullet-nose Dowel       Bullet-nose dowels are precision locating pins with a long tapered nose. They are often used with a mating bushing, or liner. Bullet-nose dowels are similar to bullet-nose pins, but have a smaller locating shoulder. 
   Bullet-nose Pin       Bullet-nose pins are used to align two pieces of a fixture. They have a short, round, or diamond tip. Bullet-nose pins are used with a mating bushing or liner that provides a precision fit with the nose of the pin. Often, round and diamond bullet-nose pins are used together. In these cases, the round pin is the primary, 2-axis locator and the diamond pin is the secondary, 1-axis locator. 
   Clamping Pin       Clamping pins are used to clamp materials of varying thicknesses. They are adjusted with a collar, or positioned with a bushing and brazing. 
   Cone Locator Pin       Cone locator pins are similar to round and diamond locating pins, but have cone-shaped tips. They are used with a mating bushing, or liner, for medium-accuracy location. Cone locator pins can compensate for a great deal of misalignment. 
   Diamond Locating Pin       Diamond locating pins have a 4-flat, diamond shaped tip. They are used to accurately locate a part, often in conjunction with a round pin. Diamond pins have either a small or large locating shoulder. 
   Drift Pin       Drift pins are tapered pins. They are used to align holes in members that will be bolted together. 
   Floating Locating       Floating locating pins are very similar in function to diamond pins. They are used to provide precise, 1-axis location while floating in the perpendicular axis. Typically, a floating locating pin is used in conjunction with a round pin to locate in 2 axes. 
   Indexing / Pop Pin       Indexing pins or pop are spring-loaded devices. They usually have a knob or handle for gripping, and for ease of installation and removal. Indexing pins may be threaded or nonthreaded. 
   L-Pin       L-pins are removable alignment or locating pins with an L-shaped handle at one end.  
   Powered       Powered pins are devices that are mechanically actuated from an electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic source of energy.   
   Quick Release Pin       Ball-lock pins are quick-release pins with spring-loaded steel balls for a positive lock. A button or other actuating device unlocks the balls for easy removal. 
   Round Locating Pin       Round locating pins have a round, tapered tip. They are used to accurately locate a part, often in conjunction with a diamond pin.  Round pins have either a small or large locating shoulder. 
   T-Pin       T-pins are removable alignment or locating pins with a T-shaped handle at one end.  
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   Specialty and Other Pins       
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   Search All Specialty and Other Pins       Select this option to search for all specialty pins and all other pins. 
   Ejector Pin       Ejector pins are small pins that are used to push or eject a part or material. 
   Expanding Diameter Pin       Expanding diameter pins have a clearance fit in their relaxed state, and segments that spread when a cam is actuated to provide a snug fit. They can be easily installed and removed. 
   Pivot / Hinge Pin       Pivot pins are used to attach two pivoting or hinged components. 
   Shear Pin       Shear pins are designed to break if the fastened members move, under stress, in opposite parallel directions to their mating surfaces. 
   Weld Pin       Weld pins are designed to be welded into place. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary pin types. 
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   Bulk Package       Pins are packaged in bulk and sold in quantity. 
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   Package of Assorted Sizes       Pins are packaged to provide an assortment of sizes. 
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Dimensions
   English or Metric      Unit designation for O.D., I.D., etc.
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   English       Units are inches (in) or fractions of an inch. 
   Metric       Units are millimeters (mm) or centimeters (cm). 
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   Diameter / Size       The nominal diameter of the pin. 
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   Length       The length of the pin. 
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Material
   Material       
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   Aluminum       Aluminum is a bluish, silver-white, malleable, ductile, light, trivalent, metallic element with good electrical and thermal conductivity, high reflectivity, and resistance to oxidation. 
   Brass       Brass provides good strength, excellent high temperature ductility and reasonable cold ductility, good electrical conductivity, excellent corrosion-resistance, good bearing properties, and low magnetic permeability. 
   Plastic       Plastics are organic, synthetic, or processed materials that are mostly thermoplastic or thermosetting polymers of high molecular weight. They can be made into objects, films, or filaments. 
   Steel, Hardened and Ground       Pins are made of hardened and ground steel. Steel may be hardened in a number of ways. These include a variety of quenching techniques in oil and water, being passed through induction chambers, etc. Cooling steel quickly during processing freezes, traps, and packs the carbon atoms inside the shrunken iron crystals, thereby producing a very hard and brittle metal. Although this material is very hard, it cannot absorb much shock or impact without breaking. 
   Steel, Unhardened       Pins are made of unhardened steel. By definition, steel is a commercial iron that contains carbon in any amount up to about 1.7 % as an essential alloying constituent. Steel is malleable when under suitable conditions, and is distinguished from cast iron by both its malleability and lower carbon content. 
   Stainless Steel       Stainless steel is chemical-resistant and corrosion-resistant, and can have relatively high pressure ratings. 
   Titanium       Titanium is a silver-white metal that is used primarily to make light, strong alloys with good temperature and corrosion resistance. Titanium alloys weigh approximately 44% less than stainless or alloy steels. 
   Wood       Pins are made from wood, typically a hard wood such as white birch. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary materials. 
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