DFCI Solutions Inc.
The original manufacturer of the Quarter-Turn fastener.
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Quarter Turn - PA-3500 Line Receptacles
The PA-3500 Line receptacle strip acts as a supporting frame for the panels or removable parts to be fastened, with continuous holes for stud engagement and rivet mounting on 3/8" (9.53 mm) centers. The strip is riveted to a support member and the stud panel rests against the strip face having the stud holes. The strips are aluminum alloy with a continuous rigid stainless steel wire staked across the underside of the stud holes. The fastened panel rests on the strip and its captive quarter-turn studs engage the rigid wire.
Right-angle Strip - 3590-H320
This product is compliant with DFARS 252.225-7014
For mounting against a support member at a right angle to the fastened panel or removable part.
Standard strip length is 10 feet (320 holes).
We also have in approximate lengths 3 ft. (3590-S3), 5 ft. (3590-S5), 7 ft. (3590-S7), and 9 ft. (3590-S9).
3595-H320 assemblies ARE NOT part of MIL-F-25173A.
For mounting against a support member in plane with the fastened panel or removable part.
Standard strip length is 10 feet (320 holes). We also have in approximate lengths 3 ft. (3595-S3), 5 ft. (3595-S5), 7 ft. (3595-S7), 9 ft. (3595-S9).
Custom cut lengths of 3590 and 3595 strips may be specially ordered. The part callout system for cut lengths assumes standard hole spacing and location of the holes at each end at the standard distance from the end.
Cut length callout with standard hole spacing and ends: Change the suffix on the standard (10 foot) strip,"H320", to call out the number of stud holes desired. For example: a 24-hole cut length of 3595 strip is called out as 3595-H24.