Larger Inventory of DIN Metric Pins

Responding to customer requests, DME Company, a leading manufacturer of mold technologies, recently expanded its stock of DIN Metric Pins, Sleeves and Blades. The company now offers 9 times more inventory than it did previously, with all parts in stock and ready to ship.


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The increased inventory of DIN European standard components joins DME’s deep inventories of inch (U.S.) and JIS (Asia) standard pins, sleeves and blades to create the largest stock and selection available on the market.

“Our goal at DME is to be a vital resource for our customers and meet their wide range of high-quality mold component needs,” said Dave Lange, Director of Sales for DME. “So when we heard the call for more metric-standard products, we didn't hesitate to deliver – bulking up our inventory to offer nine times more ejector pins, sleeves and blades than before.”

The updated, in-stock inventory includes a wide variety of sizes and components, most of which are available either Nitrided or Hardened:
•    Ejector Pins
•    Shoulder Ejector Pins
•    Ejector Sleeves
•    Ejector Blades
•    Core Pins

As with all other parts, DIN Metric Pins, Sleeves and Blades can be ordered through the company’s newly enhanced online ordering system. Customers can easily place, track and monitor their orders through the company’s website. The expanded inventory enables DME to offer quick, same-day shipments, which can arrive in as little as 1-2 days.



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