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Plastic Fastener Supplier??

Plastic Fastener Supplier??

Plastic Fastener Supplier??

I am looking for a company that will sell low quantity(less than 100) plastic fasteners.
I am looking for something stronger than regular nylon.
Possible materials would be Isoplast, glass filled nylon, or also a product called Reny.
Would prefer buying in North America. Exact size needed is 3/8-16 X 1.5"
Would prefer socket head cap screws. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: Plastic Fastener Supplier??

Thanks. I've checked there and the largest glass filled socket head cap screw they carry is 1/4"
They do have a Isoplast flanged hex head which I may go with.
I was just wondering if anyone had any other suggestions, as I prefer socket heads for this application.
Thanks again.

RE: Plastic Fastener Supplier??

Not sure about minimum quantities, but Craftech has higher performance materials:


RE: Plastic Fastener Supplier??

I'll check them out.

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