Round Partial Knurled Swage Standoff

Round partial knurled swage standoffs are used to hold two panels at a predetermined distance from each other. Partially knurled simply implies that the grooves cut into the swage do not run the full length of the swage end. 


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.


Swage standoffs are available in steel, stainless and brass.  They are also available in metric and standard dimensions.



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