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    Discussion in 'Industrial design' started by Yogesh Joshi, Sep 15, 2012.

    1. Yogesh Joshi

      Yogesh Joshi New Member

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      i need a bolt for powder coating process but the material should be electrically insulative and should resist 200 C temperature. because it needs to go in the oven after the implementation of the powder coating.????
      Please help me out from this situation....????
       
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    3. kevin136

      kevin136 Well-Known Member

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      Hi guy,you can use PTFE coating,which can be used around 260℃ continuously,the maximum would be 290-300℃。
       
    4. Erich

      Erich Well-Known Member

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      MDR Active Member

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      yep, I would also recommend PEEK
       
    6. kevin136

      kevin136 Well-Known Member

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      Yes,if there is no tough requirement about the strenghth,you can make this screw directory from PEEK or PTFE. As for ceramics,that would cost much?I have little experience about that
       
    7. MDR

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      you can buy PEEK screws from Misumi, by the way.
       
    8. Ya PEEK screw may help you!!!
       
    9. maniacal_engineer

      maniacal_engineer Well-Known Member

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      a ptfe screw will creep at even low loads. Peek, or PEI will work but will cost more than a steel screw, PEI (ULTEM) may be even more than titanium.
      In the US mcmaster sells ceramic bolts
      http://www.mcmaster.com/#ceramic-bolts/=jwndag
       

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