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  • Something Every Fastener Freak Needs to See

    Date: 2011.12.09 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    I have seen some images online of some of these screw sculptures, but this article at TwistedSifter.com has some great photos that really capture what this guy is up to, along with some very interesting information about this award-winning artist who is smart enough to use fasteners in some fantastic forms.

  • No Average Fastener Sculpture

    Date: 2011.12.09 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    People have been soldering, brazing and welding fasteners together into shapes for a long time.  This one seems to take it a step (or ten) further.  Very nice looking and well done.  If you can swing the 200 bucks, it would be very cool.  I think it is modeled after a Doberman, so if you are a Fastener Freak with a Doberman, well…

  • Oh, yes. It’s Fully Threaded time again!

    Date: 2011.11.17 | Category: Fastener Industry | Response: 0

    Brand spanking new episode of Fully Threaded Radio

    Fully Threaded Radio

  • Wanna Screw?

    Date: 2011.11.03 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    Oh yes, that is the question posed in this nice artwork.

    wanna screw


  • I’ve got a case of bifurcated rivets.

    Date: 2011.11.02 | Category: Fastener Fun, Fastener Industry | Response: 2

    It sounds like a malady, but it’s a cool little fastener tin.  A good deal, but ships from UK.  I like the seller’s description, so I am copying it here:

    “A handy little tin advertising Aylesbury Brand Bifurcated Rivets.

    It dates to the late 19th or early 20th cenntury and once held 100 No. 6 rivets. At present there are just six!

    Nice graphics and a double duck logo in orange, red and black with a good aged patina all over. Instructions for use are printed on the inside lid. It measures 3 1/4″ by 2 1/4″ and is 3/4″ high. Opens and closes nicely.

    Interesting to note that the company is still in production to this day!”

    bifurcated rivets

  • Fully Threaded is Fully Loaded

    Date: 2011.11.01 | Category: Fastener Fun, Fastener Industry | Response: 0

    In case you haven’t heard the latest (10/27) episode of Fully Threaded Radio, check it out here.  It includes great commentary about the fastener show and other timely topics, and even has a performance piece by moi.

    Fully Threaded Radio

  • Please use a coaster.

    Date: 2011.10.31 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    You can protect the fine crafted wood furniture and still be fastener cool with these.

    fastener coasters

  • 1950’s Chevy Fastener Chart

    Date: 2011.10.28 | Category: Fastener Fun, Fastener Industry | Response: 0

    I know somebody will snap this up.   A Chevy-loving-fastener-freak perhaps?

    1950's chevy fastener chart

  • Old Nut and Bolt Drawers Could Have Many Uses

    Date: 2011.10.27 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    Okay – maybe I’m getting a little weird(er), but these look like a few of them could even make a nice lobby display for some fastener freak’s office.  I know, I know, the descriptions on the fronts are not to IFI standards, but that sort of adds to the charm, right?

    nut bolt drawers

  • For any Fastener Freak who is also a Geocache Nut.

    Date: 2011.10.26 | Category: Fastener Fun | Response: 0

    If you’re into geocaching and you follow this blog, this Etsy seller has one for you.

    geocache bolt

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