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30mm blanks

30mm blanks

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I have a control panel with the 30mm holes with the notch. Pilot switches/lights. I need a blank to fill in a spot where there is no switch. My google searches are coming up with blank plates with a hole in it for labeling...

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RE: 30mm blanks

Try searching "enclosure hole seal or hole plug."

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RE: 30mm blanks

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I'm looking for something bigger on the outside, flat, with a seal threaded which screws on from the inside. I've seen them before, but can't find them. I looked at both posts and I didn't see a method of attachment...

RE: 30mm blanks

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Thank you! A closing button. That's an obvious name for a panel blank or a hole plug. Thank you again!

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