PDA

View Full Version : Nickle plated screws



brucep
25-Dec-2013, 08:05
I'm looking for a supplier of miniture nickle plated wood screws (size 0 - 4) in 1/4 to 1/2" lengths with countersunk, raised and dome heads options. My usual supplier has moved premises and can't supply until end of Jan (although they did originally say end of Oct so can't really trust the new date).

At a push, chromed screws would do.

Thanks
Bruce

smithdoor
25-Dec-2013, 10:11
Try looking at stainless steel
some need to be buffet

Dave


I'm looking for a supplier of miniture nickle plated wood screws (size 0 - 4) in 1/4 to 1/2" lengths with countersunk, raised and dome heads options. My usual supplier has moved premises and can't supply until end of Jan (although they did originally say end of Oct so can't really trust the new date).

At a push, chromed screws would do.

Thanks
Bruce

Michael Cienfuegos
25-Dec-2013, 21:19
You might try McMaster-Carr.


m

Patrick13
26-Dec-2013, 00:56
You might also try a boating supply, they'll have stainless and phosphor-bronze so there's the potential of nickle.

Leszek Vogt
26-Dec-2013, 02:55
You probably could do it yourself....I've seen plating done on the net.

Les

brucep
26-Dec-2013, 07:17
Thanks for the suggestions. I found a doll house supplier that stocked some really small nickel screws. I'll get some ordered after the holiday.
Bruce

Shootar401
27-Dec-2013, 08:25
I've done plating at home for projects and it's very, very easy.