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Welcome To Our New Website!

Lakeside Fasteners is pleased to welcome you to our new Website. It’s been a long time coming, so we hope you find it entertaining, educational and enlightening. Along with our Upcoming Webstore we’ll be publishing a variety of articles and posts relating to fasteners and many of the products we sell. These might be anything

 
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Removing Damaged Fasteners

   It never fails! Just when you think you’ve got the whole disassembly thing under control you either twist off a nut, break or round off a screw, or strip out the threads entirely. This can often be a frustrating time-waster with no quick fix available. More often than not, removing the broken piece and/or

 
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Industrial Cleaning Overview

In the World of Industrial Cleaning, there are numerous methods both mechanical and chemical. Blasting with shells, glass beads, sand, water —even dry ice and the application of chemical solvents , degreasers and other surface cleaners is commonplace and a billion dollar industry. Think about it. For everything you want to re and re, build, paint,

 
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Industrial Fastener ID

The first in a series, this ShopChartz™ Industrial Fastener Identification Chart features pictorial illustrations of various head and surface markings used to identify the grade, type and properties of industrial grade fasteners —One of the most important aspects to pay attention to when using or especially replacing fasteners. All SAE Industrial Fasteners follow a standard

 
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Blind Rivet Fastening

 What Are They? Increasingly, blind rivets are found in both blind and non blind applications as replacements for more traditional forms of joining such as welds, screws, adhesives, nuts and bolts and other forms of riveting. Advantages Of Blind Riveting. Blind rivets offer low in place costs, fast assembly time and simple, relatively inexpensive tools.

 
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Morse 9″ Metal Cutting Circular Saw

Morse Metal Devil Circular Saws are designed and constructed to stand up to the rigours of cutting thick and thin steel, aluminum and stainless steels. The Morse CSM9MB is a portable circular saw with a powerful 1800 watt, 2500 RPM motor and a cutting capacity of 3/8” mild steel. It has a 3 1/4”” depth

 
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