Round Knurled Back Face Swage Standoff
Round knurled back face swage standoffs carry a knurled or toothed edge at the upper edge of the part, the non swaged end, and are used to hold two panels at a predetermined distance from each other. This knurled upper edge gives the design greater torque properties when compared to a conventional swage standoff.
They are often found in the stacking of circuit boards. The swage end of the standoff is pressed or inserted into the panel with the threaded female end available to accept a screw or male standoff. Round knurled back face swage standoffs are available in steel, stainless, aluminum and brass.
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