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Daniel (Dafi here on MSW) has some on his site.  You might check with him.  http://www.dafinismus.de/plates_en.html#anker7   There might be other sources also but I've used some of his photo etch and it's excellent.

 

See "plate 7" at the above link.  His are all in mm so you'll need to do a conversion to see if the size is correct.

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Nope, I checked: @dafi has them in .7 mm which is way more that .009 inch. ( which is around .2 mm)

I also checked some PE-manufacturers, but ringbolts that size do not exist, at least, not in the places where I checked.

 

Jan

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Just curious..  Could you humor us with some context?

 

In the image below, is the smallest eyebolt I have in my collection at about 1mm ID..

 

The red dot is about .25mm ..

 

It is barely visible when printed and smaller than most of the thread I own.

 

Eyebolt.jpg.ce734e7953a0d69cc249b7bb4dc84bfb.jpg

 

P.S.

 

I certainly admire the effort that requires anything at this scale..   It is way off of my radar..

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