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Re: [taigtools] Re: clamping kit

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  • Stan Stocker
    Hi Folks, If you use a plug tap to thread T nuts you can stop with the end of the tap flush with the bottom of the T nut. This leaves the last turn or two of
    Message 1 of 23 , Aug 29, 2011
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      Hi Folks,

      If you use a plug tap to thread T nuts you can stop with the end of the
      tap flush with the bottom of the T nut. This leaves the last turn or
      two of threads imperfectly formed. In smaller T nuts eventually you may
      cut the threads through just through use with all thread or having the
      clamping nut turn the stud a bit.

      This can be avoided by hardening is you are bothered by it, or you can
      just make a bunch of T nuts once you have the setup in place.

      Best to all,
      Stan

      On 08/29/2011 11:09 AM, Adam Collins wrote:
      > All-tread is your friend here...
      >
      > Jim, you may want to distort the bottom thread on your home made t-nuts like the A2Z versions. That way there's no chance of damaging the table with screws or threaded rod...
      >
      > Adam
      >
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