Use these microfasteners to add a different dimension to your cold connections. Most of the microfasteners are equivalent to 14 gauge wire (#80) in bolt talk and can be used like a rivet. With this microfastener you can assemble and re-assemble a piece you are working on countless times. This is important especially when working on a piece which may be fragile or brittle and that would not stand the stress of riveting.
This Microfastener Assortment includes
- 1 x #53 Drill Bit
- 6 x 0-80 x 3/4" brass hex head machine bolt with nuts
- 1 x #50 Drill Bit
- 2 x 0-80 x 1/2" brass slotted head bolt with nuts
- 6 x 2-56 x 3/4" plated phillips head bolt with nuts
- 4 x 2-56 plated T nuts
- 2 x 2-56 brass inserts
- 2 x 2-56 x 3/4" alloy socket head cap screw with nuts
About Faux BoneFaux Bone™ is a new, user friendly, inexpensive and extremely versatile material. Faux Bone™ can be cut, and carved, sawn and sanded. It can be filed, hammered, polished, drilled, stamped, riveted, inlayed, dyed, and painted. It can look like ivory, have the patina of aged ceramic, be polished to a pure white, or, of course, look like bone. You can heat and bend it with nothing more than a small embossing heat-gun. It is so strong you can rivet on it, die form right into it, or hammer metal around it. Faux Bone_ is perfect for artwork as varied as jewelry and book making, sculpture, or printmaking. It can be easily embossed to make texture plates for PMC and basket makers can use it to simulate Scrimshaw on the tops of Nantucket Baskets. Rounds of Faux Bone™ can be heated and dapped (formed into a bowl shape) and filled with other materials or combined to make hollow beads. Its strength makes it ideal for use in tool making such as bone folders for bookmaking or as handles for files and stamps. It can be carved and used for printmaking and then the Faux Bone™ "plate" can be patinated as a finished piece itself. And all of this is just the beginning!