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Message No. 10608, Started by ddelaiar on 02/14/03
 PEM Sizes, etc I got a print from a vendor and I just don't understand it.  I mean, I understand most of it and I understand what I'm looking at, but the notes regarding the PEM nuts and the Standoffs confuse me.  Here's what I've got B - PEM INSERT CLS-440-2 C - PEM STANDOFF BSOS-8632-12 D - PEM INSERT CLS-632-2 I'm assuming that B is a #4-40 PEM nut.  What does the -2 stand for? C is a standoff and that's about all I can make out.  Is it #6-32 or #8-32 thread?  How can you tell the height?  What's the -12 mean? I'm assuming, like B, that C is a #6-32 PEM nut.  What does the -2 stand for? Thanks for the help.  I've searched the net and can't seem to find the answers.  You'd think this is a pretty simple question, but it's been driving me nuts for about three days since I've been trying to produce a quality 3-D rendering of the project and can't figure out what goes where! Thanks again, Dan
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 Go to the Penn Engineering website: www.pemnet.com/.  You can also dow... No. 21959, Posted by jcrosby1 on 02/15/13, 16:25 PST. http://www.pemnet.com/fastening_products/ This web page leads to Adobe A... No. 10615, Posted by rolschwarz on 02/16/03, 14:40 PST. Hi Dan , would be so kind giving a bit more data about the printer?. Cou... No. 10613, Posted by devitg on 02/16/03, 08:08 PST. You should be able to find the specs in a PEM catalog. They're pretty good... No. 10609, Posted by rolschwarz on 02/14/03, 13:15 PST.