Wait a minute...you're using a threaded bolt
for the catchpin? How is that even working?
1) Those threads will cause ruinous friction in the pin hole if the hole is anywhere near small enough.
2) If the hole is large enough to the point where the threads don't
cause friction, you'll be transferring way too much force to the clothespin itself, causing it to pop off.
No matter what, you're most likely working way
Whenever I make a CPT, my nail isn't even glued into the clothespin, it's held in with an angle iron ziptied over the top of it. The base of the clothespin can either be screwed to the plunger, or glued down. You actually don't want
the nail to be solidly attached to the clothespin, as the nail should be moving straight up and down. Since the clothespin moves in an arc, the nail needs to be somewhat loose.
And yes, like HRCoC says, please use img tags to embed pictures in your post.
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