- ASTM A315
- Spring Temper
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Stainless Steel 304V Wire, Straightened, Precision Ground or Diamond Drawn, Spring Temper, Precision Tolerance, ASTM A313
|Price:||$9.99 - $75.00|
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Exterior Finish||Unpolished (Mill)|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
Stainless Steel Type 304V Wire (ASTM A313) is spring tempered, drawn, straightened, cut and clean... See more product details
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Stainless Steel Type 304V Wire (ASTM A313) is spring tempered, drawn, straightened, cut and cleaned with a bright finish.It is used for dental wire, stylets, guide wires and catheter wires. NOTE: When ordering wire, always specify exact dimensions in decimals. Stating gauge sizes can lead to confusion, since wire diameters may conform to various gauging systems. Hypodermic Tubing gauges are based on the Birmingham Gage, also known as Stub's Iron Wire Gage.
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By W. Derr on August 21, 2010
Outside Diameter: 0.0055Number of Items: 1Overall Length: 60 Verified PurchaseComment Sending feedback...
At first I thought I received an empty tube in the mail. This item is of such a small diameter it was hard to see! Frankly, I had no appreciation for just how fine a diameter .0065" was since when I set up my dial caliper at 0.0065" it was hard to see any light between the jaws. The 0.0055" wire was no better! One thing, though, this wire is so fine and so long (5') that getting it out of the clear carrier tube was an adventure. Getting it back in was impossible. I tried zapping it with a ZeroStat(TM) to try to negate the magnetism of the tube. I tried feeding it in an inch at a time. Nothing worked. I eventually had to cut it up in smaller pieces and store it that way. I use this item to make antennas, guide wires, switches, and drawing pen filaments. It is steel so if you should drop it on the floor have a small magnet handy to pick it up.
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