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Old 01-21-2012, 01:12 AM   #1
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Default Stay Tight R/C Screws

Hello Everyone,

In the next few weeks I will be offering screws that will not require a chemical locking adhesive like loctite. My product is a reusable screw, with a bonded locking element already on the screw which can be removed and reinserted over 20 times while retaining its torque value. This product is far superior to the liquid based locking elements everyone is used to for several reasons.

1) No cure time - Insert and go
2) Reusable
3) No messy liquids
4) Prevents stripping
5) Consistent torque values
6) Mil-Spec Grade application
7) Infinite Shelf Life
8) Withstands up to 270 Degrees

If anyone is intereted in these screws, I'm accepting orders now. Let me know the size you need, quantity, and I will quote you a price. If you are not satisfied, I will give you your money back.
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Old 01-21-2012, 05:03 AM   #2
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Curious if the 270 degrees is Celcius or Farenheit? Also, what metal are you using for the screws? Is titanium available?
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Curious if the 270 degrees is Celcius or Farenheit? Also, what metal are you using for the screws? Is titanium available?
What an un-american question

I'd say Fahrenheit...
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Old 01-21-2012, 08:47 AM   #4
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I don't have Titaniun avaliable currently and the degrees is in Fahrenheit. I do aluminum and steel screws avaliable.
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Here is a pic of the screws with the blue patch...no this is not loctite but a powder which is bonded to the screws.
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As an official HP engineer repairing laptops on a daily base I have seen these screws a lot, this is also used in HP laptops.
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Dell, Sony, Apple IPhones, Blackberrys all use the coating. It's good stuff especially where vibration is present.
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As an official HP engineer repairing laptops on a daily base I have seen these screws a lot, this is also used in HP laptops.
I should know, I've this very HP laptop in my lap apart a dozen times
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