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Struktiron Construction Sets
Struktiron was a construction system which had strips with long slotted holes. Made in the USA from around 1912 to 1917.
Manufacturer / Distributor
The Ives Manufacturing Company, Bridgport, Connecticut, USA
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for STRUKTIRON
Hole pitch >12.7mm
circa 1912 to circa 1917
4-36 (see comment *1)
5-40 (see comment *2)
15.9 (see comment *3)
3.3 (see comment *4)
Bolts: round (slotted)
(see comment *5)
Steel with a Brass finish
(see comment *6)
3/8" wide Strips with alternate holes & large(round crosshead) slots. *1But Screwed Rods are .12"x40. *2Not seen. *3Basic hole pitch 5/8" exactly; 25/16" in Slotted Strips. *4Mean for Wheels without boss. *5Hex Nuts earlier. *6Also ? Nickel plated steel.
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