McMaster-Carr is the complete source for your plant with over products. 98% of products ordered ship from stock and deliver same or next day. Choose from our selection of hardware in a wide range of styles and sizes. In stock and ready to ship. Jul 22, The best way to describe McMaster is to say that they carry everything you need to build anything. Items that you could normally only order.
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Keep in mind that a human will need to help you find your specific part in this case, so you may sacrifice the next-day shipping feature by going this route. McMaster-Carr has been wooing the engineering community since There are no ads, no brand-specific endorsements, just a no-nonsense categorical search into one of the largest industrial part databases with the promise of next-day delivery.
Admittedly, there are some drawbacks. Nevertheless, as a complete package, McMaster-Carr still seems to land in the vernacular of every engineer. For the noobs to this resource, we hope you work around the kinks faster than your predecessors; and, of course, if we missed something, let us have it in the comments. Just how savvy is your McMaster-Fu?
Let us know in the comments. As a Canadian, McMaster-Carr is so damn frustrating. Even if you are doing a build in America, with parts being shipped to within America, they wont let you download with a Canadian Credit card from within Canada!
They do ship to Canada as I order often from them. I think the trick is to either use a business credit card or ship to a business. Good day Kyle, This is not true. Usually my order arrives the next day via Purolator. In fact my last order was at the end of August. That being said I am setup as a corporate customer and ship to my company address… but I pay with my personal credit card. I would contact McMasterCarr and find out the issue.
My first and last order went via Purolator, and they never let me know the shipping price beforehand. If you require any assistance or would like us to review your previous experience, please email us your tracking number to customer.
I had a similar problem with this company, trying to get parts exported for a yacht solar panel installation. McMaster-Carr refused to deliver some extremely unexciting parts to a shipping company in Miami. Very frustrating…not recommended…. Delivery is fast, usually days. Fastenal has some local stores you can walk into. They typically have a min order so they looked up a company and added my order to theirs and then I paid cash to meet the min req.
They have let me walk in and download under the minimum and pay with cash. The place I work at used Fastenal to supply most of our fasteners.
I typically go to a place called Elfa, but they are not shipping to all of Europe to what I know. But they surely have everything, from fasteners, to cables, and even components. Typically Bauhaus in my case. And in any case, one can always check with the site sellers and see if they have any good offer. Perhaps https: Being a German company I expect the worst.
But I will give it a try one day… Also often quoted is this directory for who sells what. It looks like you need to be registered as a company for ordering from them. For Germany: Or https: We accept credit cards and import and export globally. I used to live if France and I often got stuff online at Radio Spares.
Google that name and you will see that the company has various Websites, once for each of a number of different countries. I really wish there was an equivalent for electronics. Order by Tuesday and you will have it Thursday or Friday. Good day Jacques, I do not know where you are, but I get Digikey orders the next day… usually by noon… Same with Mouser. Really wished it was the next day like McMaster. I order stuff from Digikey and get the ship notice email from Digikey the same day.
I assume it goes out to the Post Office the same day. In any event, stuff arrives here in southern Arizona in days. It is! UPS ships same day if ordered by 8 PM, and we frequently receive the order the next day usually early afternoon. If you live in the Dallas area, you can even pick up your parts yourself!
I can readily vouch for that. When I lived in any other city besides Dallas ex. Houston , my order would arrive the next day using standard UPS shipping.
When I lived in Dallas, I would just take a small trip to their warehouse after ordering and then pick it up a couple hours after placing the order online. Used to work in south Texas.
We ordered from mouser almost exclusively were able to set up a net contract for our research group , and we received everything in generally less than three days, and occasionally the next day.
I love their search engine too.. They have offices or distribution points or whatever around the country. Arrow is my absolute last choice of vendors because they have been so unpleasant to deal with in the past.
High prices, large minimums and minimal stock. High prices? When I compare prices between wholesalers, Arrow is usually the cheapest for everything but electromechanical components. Just wish they would place more than the MPN on the package, it gets really weird when you order a bunch of SMT jellybean parts from different vendors.
Why not just put that info on the label like other wholesalers? Lets hope it lasts and they keep free shipping for quite a while. I agree. I am in the UK and even if a company has alright shipping prices it will probably have some absurd minimum order, so I end up with 25 capacitors instead of the 2 that I needed. RS usually works out at being the best, in my experience. I use them quite often. Same as digikey and Mouser. Reason being, we have a McMaster over in the next town so most all our shipments can be here next day,even if we pick cheapest shipping.
Same with Newark, they have a distribution center somewhere close, and I can pick cheapest shipping and sometimes have it here next day. I think the distribution centers location is a key factor so, when trying to find a place to download from, always best to find one closest.
McMaster and fastenol are driving distance, so if needed then and now, we can do a quick 30 minute and get what we need. site is actually coming up there with selection and if someone is a prime member with free two day shipping,this can be a plus. I like Jameco. Mouser have been pretty good for me, order on a Sunday and the parts usually show up by Wednesday or Thursday. Farnell and RS-components deliver next day, at least here in middle Europe. If you put your order before 2pm you get the parcel on the next day.
Prices are a little bit higher, but you can get everything in one place. Highly recommend, especially for professional orders. They have some interesting product categories and it takes the same time or longer for parcels from most of the big distributors to reach me. I think only Newark is faster. I have had mouser ship my stuff overnight and bill me the ground rate when I have entered orders that are obviously for production.
The database is the biggest win. I remember when to achieve the same I had to have shelves of books, and still to a certain extent. Yea, grrreat for USA but not so for the rest of the world. Export controls have made it unfeasible for them to support new, individual customers, which is a shame. Is this a special version that does not generate x-rays when peeled, so you can use it at work without setting off radiation alarms?
McMaster is great, but Misumi also shipped me stuff without any hassle. Using your own name for the company name is fine. I looked up the term, saw dozens of journal bearings, but none of wood. But not for long…. Off to Google, and immediately I discovered this bit of year-old technology: Ah, the beloved McMaster-Carr catalog.
Back in my working days that was my go-to book for almost everything I needed for the work I did, with few exceptions. I always had a copy of the paper catalog on hand, I guess I was one of the lucky few?
The last place I worked at had about 5 people in the department who received them yearly, and a couple from as far back as the mid 80s.
I think only one person who received them to the department was actually still on staff. But the others? They became such wonderful monitor stands, door stops, props, grease paper, etc. They were the perfect height, especially since I had about a 2in difference in height between my two monitors, thanks to being different brands. At a large plant, bicycles are routinely used to go from point A to point B, so a tricycle that can carry your pick list is a major plus. When I was a kid, Dad worked for Miller Electric and distinctly remember the guys on the floor having cargo trikes….
That must be the nuclear tape I heard mentioned when I was in a welding class where one of the instructors worked at Electric Boat. Seems odd that nuke tape would be required for that, but I suppose it would help prevent non-nuke tape being available for accidental use in an inappropriate location. Just based on the part description, I cannot tell if it is the same or not. Oh yeah? How long do you need them? What thread type? Countersunk or Buttonhead?
Metric or Jurassic?
Nevertheless, with a vendor like RAF, we hobbyists quickly bump into the dreaded minimum-order roadblock. Yep, I needed a few custom standoffs. McMaster-Carr has no such minimum quantity. For the hardware hacker, no minimum quantity is a convenience that saves us from filling our basement with the sins of ordering bulk. Bullet Checkout that Cuts to the Chase And the convenience goes one step further.
Actually placing an order with McMaster-Carr is easy—almost too easy. These steps are enough to make the hobbyist fumble and stumble before they can get their order out the door, but not with McMaster-Carr.
Careful though! Why on earth would anyone snag the McMaster-Carr flavor for twice the price?
McMaster-Carr has special partnerships with a host of local package delivery businesses across the US. Order a packet of screws, and—behold: a shipping box that about 20 times too big!