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    Both www.microfasteners.com and www.micromark.com have those tiny wood screws (#0 and up)

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    Quote Originally Posted by disfromage View Post
    Frank, try here: http://tinyurl.com/2xtmdc More what you're looking for?

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    Thanks, that was good. I am definately bookmarking these sites for future reference. They don't show pictures of some of their products though. I will order a catalog to see if they do there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by semeuse View Post
    Both www.microfasteners.com and www.micromark.com have those tiny wood screws (#0 and up)
    Another good link, thanks.

    Does anyone know what the diameter of a #0 wood screw is?
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    Any hobby shop that sells model airplanes, cars or trains carries a stock of both English and Metric screws, washers, bolts and rivets along with a lot of oddball things you would never imagine.

    Try www.walthers.com

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    I might add that Walthers sells both wood and metal screws and fasteners and the drills, taps and dies for these tiny sizes down to 0090.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Any hobby shop that sells model airplanes, cars or trains carries a stock of both English and Metric screws, washers, bolts and rivets along with a lot of oddball things you would never imagine.

    Try www.walthers.com

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    Aha! It looks like a #0 wood screw is .060" in diameter. These might be the wood screws I am looking for.

    My local hobby shop did not carry those however. Thanks for that link.
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    Good.

    Walthers is a nationally known company with a very good reputation in the US for over 50 years. You can rely on them. They are well known in the hobby industry and have over 8 pages of screws alone.

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    I used to get the Walthers catalog when I was a kid and working with scale model trains. It is nice to know the hobby is thriving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank R View Post
    I used to get the Walthers catalog when I was a kid and working with scale model trains. It is nice to know the hobby is thriving.
    Look at the train photo in my gallery. I have a few of them yet to post.

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    Micro fasteners has a lot more than they list on the web site. Things like the #0000 screws and some oddball tiny metric stuff. I forget what the smallest wood screw is though. I've ordered from them a few times, and it's always really fast.

    Also, most hobby stores are super expensive for a package of screws, they are normally my last resort.

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