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IndustryAutomotive & Garage Equipment
DescriptionSpindle Nut
Material:PA6G+MOS2 (Black)
Machining method:Milling

Item Description

Main function of a spindle nut is to move, up and down, a mechanical system. Through its inner thread, a fluid lift is always guarantee. On the other hand, also a safety function is assured, individuating the stopping point of the entire lifting equipment. Our customer needed an economical and light solution to replace metal; wear resistant and with a good loading capacity: we won the challenge proposing our PA6G + MOS2 (BLACK) and optimising the production process, in fact the entire part is produced in one shot.

Automotive & Garage Equipment

Behind the scenes of huge car producer companies, a world made of maintenance machines plays a critical role and if you are looking for an affordable supplier of plastic materials for automotive, you can count on us. D.H. Lamina supplies since years the most important Original Equipment Manufacturers as well as tyre and garage equipment. Safety of your cars and tyres is the result of constant maintenance made with always more technological equipment. All this equipment is composed by a various number of parts made of engineering plastics.

Entirely milled

External surface, holes and also the inner thread are obtained from just one machining, all from milling. This assures a great precision and valuable process.

Free of burrs

Holes, chamfers and corners are handly deburred, to assure that every item will be supplied free of burrs.

One by one tested

Inner thread is one by one tested with the linked counterpart, which is the nut supplied directly from the customer. 

Thank you for your interest, thank you for choosing D.H. Lamina.

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When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do.

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