Flaring standoffs designed for compact electronic assemblies

26th January 2018
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
Flaring standoffs designed for compact electronic assemblies

New microPEM MSOFS flaring standoffs from PennEngineering provide suitable miniature fastener solutions to attach and/or space components in compact electronic assemblies. They install permanently in thin panels of any hardness and material, including stainless steel, other metals, plastics, and printed circuit boards. A flaring feature adds value by allowing for installation into multiple panels.

These standoffs additionally have been engineered with a minimal footprint enabling reduced centerline-to-edge designs, especially suiting attachment applications where available space for fasteners may be limited.

Their small and reusable threads reliably accept mating hardware to complete final component attachment.

MSOFS flaring standoffs are manufactured from 300 series stainless steel and offered in thread sizes #0-80, #2-56, and M1 to M2. They will install successfully in very thin panels (thicknesses from 0.008-0.012” and 0.2-0.3mm) using a punch flaring tool and a recessed anvil.

The RoHS-compliant MSOFS flaring standoffs join a growing family of microPEM fasteners for compact electronics.

Applications include wearables, laptops, tablets and eReaders, smartphones, automotive electronics, and a wide range of handheld devices.


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