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Tamper-proof Screws

Tamper-proof Screws

Virtually every industry has some kind of product or assembly that requires fasteners that are difficult to remove. There is a wide range of sizes and materials, but only two basic types: tamper-proof and tamper resistant. While they sound the same, they are slightly...

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The New 3M™ Temflex Vinyl Tapes

The New 3M™ Temflex Vinyl Tapes

Vinyl tape is one of those essential, go-to products that’s in virtually every toolbox and on every workbench and workstation across the country. But, like every other hardware-related product, there’s the cheap stuff and then there are the high-quality, reliable...

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What is Kitting? A Look at the Order Fulfillment Strategy

What is Kitting? A Look at the Order Fulfillment Strategy

If you are not familiar with the term “kitting” it is the process of filling orders by pre-assembling individual items into ready-to-ship kits instead of picking and packing those individual items as orders are received. When one item is ordered or sold, the inventory...

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Using Positive Language

Using Positive Language

While we normally use our blog to provide useful information on a wide variety of commercial and industrial fasteners, tools and other products, we thought it appropriate to switch gears briefly in response to the current social, political and economic environment and...

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Military Hardware for Every Service Branch

Military Hardware for Every Service Branch

When the country’s top military contractors and subcontractors need key components such as fasteners, wiring harnesses, tools, socket products and more they turn to us. Since 1960, Electronic Fasteners has been a go-to supplier of mil-spec fasteners for a wide range...

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Metric Fasteners in the USA

Metric Fasteners in the USA

While the rest of the world embraces the metric system for fastener sizing, the United States still prefers the familiar system of measurement known as the “US customary units,” also referred to as “English” units. For a brief moment in the mid-1970s it appeared that...

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