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Screws for polypropylene (coro)

Discussion in 'Materials' started by G-Artist, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. G-Artist

    G-Artist Active Member

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    Yesterday I had to get gas (sticker shock!!!) and I noticed the station had some unique display boxes advertising Pepsi (best description I can think of) that were made out of coro.

    Intriguing that it was bent and formed and held together by what looked to be off-white colored plastic screws that appeared to have a Torx-type head.

    The link below does picture them (see the boxes) but not a great shot.

    http://www.matraplast.com/pdf/hicore_general.pdf

    Anyone give me a hint or link to a supplier of those screws?

    Thanks.
     
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  3. G-Artist

    G-Artist Active Member

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    I climbed all over that site. No matches.

    Sigh.
     
  4. John L

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    Call outwater 800-631-8375 and describe. They have hundreds of different types of plastic fasteners.
     
  5. G-Artist

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    Thanks. I'll give them a try.

    I am a bit surprised that after visiting many sites selling all kinds of polypropylene
    and polyethylene sheets for building structures, boxes and what-not that
    not a one sold or recommended any sort of screws.
     
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