Please note you will require a MIP 9000 Hex Driver Wrench or
The aluminum is cold rolled rather than machined. This is not only creates a much stronger hardware, but is also a higher cost to produce process. This hardware was created to be some of the best you’ll find and will outshine much of the cheaper machined 7075 or often used 6061 hardware found on the market. Purchasing our hardware kit ensures you won’t be dealing with the frustrations of stripped heads or threads on your build.
Thread rolling is widely accepted as the fastest and preferred method of economically producing uniform smooth, precise threads of superior physical qualities.
Cold working of metal during thread rolling improves thread form physical characteristics and mechanical properties. When
Rolled threads maintain consistently closer tolerances and uniformity than cut thread. Thread rolling is unique in its ability to maintain
RESISTANCE TO FATIGUE
Thread rolling increases the part’s resistance to fatigue failure in several different ways. Rolling between smooth dies leaves the thread with smooth burnished roots and flanks, free from tears, chatter or cutter marks that can serve as focal points of stress and, therefore, starting points for fatigue failures.
Rolling also leaves the surface layers of the thread, particularly those in the roots, stressed in the compression. These compressive stresses must be overcome before the tensile stresses can be built up, which alone, can cause fatigue failures. This increase in root hardness, up to 30%, adds considerably to
6061 VS 7075
5 x M3x14mm Button screw
10 x M2x4mm Button screw
5 x M2x6mm Button screw
5 x M2x10mm Button screw
5 x M2x8mm Countersunk screw
5 x 2mm-3mm Grommet bushing