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Making knobs and handles for woodworking fixtures often seems more trouble than it’s worth. This industrial grade polypropylene knob can take hours off your construction time.
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Good general purpose knob
from Ann Arbor, MI
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 1/4, Snap Lock Star Knob:
This or any other snap lock is only going to do so much when you apply pressure to it - the bolt will pop out. There is a simple fix. Cross drill a 1/16 hole through the knob just above the bolt head and insert a 3/32 x 3/4 roll pin. That will be more than enough to hold the bolt in place. Local hardware stores may have the pin or look at Grattan Fasteners who have them much more reasonably priced if you need more than a few.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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What I wanted.
from Massillon, Ohio
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I wanted a knob of useful size when my hands are slippery with sawdust & your knob filled the bill.
Not as good as others
By L. Lee
from Syracuse, NE
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
These knobs to not lock onto the bolt/nut so if you are using it with a bolt of any length, then you will have to exert upwards pressure to keep the bolt head/nut enguaged.Other brands lock onto the bolt head/nut and require quite a bit of force to remove.Only really useful if you want to epoxy the bolt/nut into the knob.I will not be buying this brand again.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Economical, good value
from Worcester, MA