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Author Topic: Brass Grommets For Kinetic art /sculptures  (Read 1688 times)
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Dan Mauch
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« on: January 23, 2017, 05:34:05 PM »

 After I did my last kinetic art piece I went looking for a simple, cheap way for joining moveable links. On Amazon I found some brass grommets that would suit my needs. The brass bushings are .2505 ID and 9/32 OD (.281). I got 100 pc for $14. They are .312 long. They are ideal where you are using 1/4" material and for 1/2" material one from each side would do fine the extra length wen using two on the same pivot point acts as a bearing with no detectabl e friction.
You can get them from the Widgetco . www.widge item 1-250-BRS-G
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« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2017, 01:02:46 PM »

Thanks Dan,

Good advice. When working on kinetics one is always looking for the weird widget to
help something fit.

   I just today got my latest flipping around properly. . more work to do but this
new bat looks like it may work out. Smiley , Im taking a break from code for a couple weeks
to try to make another ticker for release, so its gratifyin g to watch it tick..

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