I have a new a product that will use two pieces, 4" long of 1/4-20 threaded
rod. Each piece will need to have two 20 degree bends, each bend will be
1-1/2" from each end and on the same plane. A Nylon insert locknut will
thread on each end about 1/2" to hold three pieces sandwiched together.
This is an angled variation on a standard product that uses two 1/4" x 4"
carriage bolts in a straight configuration.
I have to figure out how to bend the rod to the correct angle and on the
same plane without cracking the rod or boogering the threads where the nuts
go. The application doesn't require extreme strength, the cheapest
allthread is plenty strong if it isn't cracked.
The requirement is for 1k pieces per day at a total cost of
11 years ago