The pin is inserted into the accessory – bracket, tab, and so on. and slides into the hole in the table so that the pin head rests on the joined parts. By tightening the imbus bolt “with feel”, the pin and the connected components are fastened-assembled. Simple and fast, according to our motto “ALL UPPER UP”.
There are two types of pins: 2-ball and 3-ball.
The difference is that some accessories joining applications require clamping through the groove, and it does not work with a three-pin spindle, it can do two-round.
The use of a three-spindle pin in round holes is more gentle to the tabletop and the table is better decomposed.
Never tighten the “bolt” bolt or no accessories. Damage will occur – the balls will fall out and will never hold in the pin.
|D-30mm, d-20mm, L-55mm
|S 355 MC