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1/16" Brass Rods - 5 Pack

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$6.95 USD
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Item# 5486P
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Product Features
  • Create custom hinges for your glass boxes for a perfect fit
  • Accepts solder easily so you get a secure connection to your project
  • 1/16" Diameter brass rods provide exceptional strength
  • Sold in pack of 5 rods, each 12" long
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Product Description
Create custom stained glass box hinges with this convenient pack of brass rods. Designed to fit brass tubes (sold separately) to make a 2-part hinge that can be custom fitted for your box design. Each 1/16" diameter brass rod is approximately 12" long. Sold in pack of 5 rods.
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Pros : Slim and sturdy. Combine with the 3/32" brass tubes 5 pack to create box hinges.
Cons : This con is really a pro: These are a little hard to bend. But if you've ever had a box hinge give out on you, it's been because of someone using wimpy wire. Just saying. :-)
Other Thoughts : I wish these came in bulk quantities or longer lengths (to cut down as needed)!
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