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A hexagonal, mechanical device which has a partial or complete internal thread, used to hold two components at a given distance from each other.. Standoffs are usually chosen over spacers when longer sizes are required. Hex standoffs can be installed with a nutsetter or other wrenching device. Aluminum is popular for its light weight/ strength compromise. It is non-magnetic, performs well in severe temperatures, and has insulating properties. Brass is used in making high-quality standoffs. It is conductive, resists corrosion, and is non-magnetic.. It is costlier and heavier than aluminum and is usually plated zinc or nickel. Steel is used in applications requiring greater strength, but it is heavier than aluminum and does not resist corrosion like aluminum or brass.. Aluminum: 2011 Aluminum (Copper: 5.0-6.0%; Silicon: 0.4% maximum; Iron: 0.7% maximum; Zinc: 0.3% maximum; Bismuth: 0.2-0.6%; Lead: 0.2-0.6%) Brass: C36000 Brass (Copper: 60.00-63.00%; Lead: 2.50-3.70%; Iron: .35% maximum) Steel: 12L14 Steel-Leaded Grade A (Carbon: .15% maximum; Manganese: .85-1.15%; Phosphorus: .04-.09%; Sulphur: .26-.35%).
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Enjoy virtual lectures, discussions and readings by Hunter friends, alumni and distinguished faculty.
Hunter alum and National Book Award Winner Phil Klay joined the Hunter community, virtually and in person for the Distinguished Writers Series.
Mikhal Dekel discussed her decade-long archival research and global travel to retrace the 13,000-mile route of the Tehran children of WWII.
Hunter College's fall 2021 Distinguished Writers Series kicked off with a virtual reading and discussion led by professor Said Sayrafiezadeh.
Barbara Taylor Bradford, O.B.E. is one of the world’s most popular and prolific authors. She has written 38 best-selling novels.
Leah Garrett chronicles the incredible story of the German-Jewish commandos who fought in Britain’s most secretive WWII special-forces unit.
“For 150 years, Hunter College has been the place where the American Dream comes true. Students arrive with aspirations as varied as their backgrounds, and benefit from the common experience of life-changing educational opportunity.”
Jennifer J. Raab, Hunter College President
In a year faced with unprecedented challenges, forty-two Hunter students and recent graduates received prestigious fellowships and scholarships.
Angel Antonio Ruiz-Laboy, who most recently served as Managing Director of Teatro SEA, will be the first person to hold the newly created position.
Artist and Hunter alumna Firelei Báez won the Rome Prize and the Artes Mundi Prize, and now has a major new installation at ICA Boston.
"Does this creature called Gotham have a soul?" asks Viteritti, Chair of Urban Policy and Planning, in his two-part reflection for the Gotham Gazette.
For the thirteenth time in the last fifteen years, Hunter has been named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution by the U.S. Department of State.