1.77mm Nickel Plated Steel Spring Tubing

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1.77mm (.07") diameter nickel plated steel spring tubing for stiffer tactile sensor designs.


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Want some really fine, nickel plated steel spring tubing? These are ideal as compliant legs on small creatures, and as tactile sensors on larger ones. Exactly the same as the ones found on Mark Tilden's Unibug series of robots. Measures 1.77mm(.07") OD, 30cm (11.8") long.

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