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SCREW DIN STANDARD

SCREW DIN STANDARD

SCREW DIN STANDARD

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Hi!!! I'm looking for the DIN Standard for the SCREW, concretely, I want to know the DIN specification about "metric thread", this is a requirement from our main customer.
Where can I get this standard?
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RE: SCREW DIN STANDARD

Try DIN 13 ISO general purpose metric screw threads and DIN 14 ISO-metric screw thread.  They are available from DIN at:

http://www.din.de


More information about the ISO metric screw thread that is referenced in the DIN specifications is available in ISO 68 ISO general purpose screw threads - Basic profile, ISO 724 ISO general purpose metric screw threads - Basic dimensions, and ISO 965 ISO general purpose metric screw threads - Tolerances.  These specifications are available from ISO at:

http://www.iso.ch



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