13 Best Male Tapered Knobs

List Updated December 2022

Bestselling Male Tapered Knobs in 2022


OA-6 Phenolic Oval-Tapered Knob 1 1/8 Diameter, 7/16-20 thds.

OA-6 Phenolic Oval-Tapered Knob 1 1/8 Diameter, 7/16-20 thds.
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973135928 Male Threaded 4-Prong Knob, 6mm-1.0 x 50mm Stud, Piece-2

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973135928 Male Threaded 4-Prong Knob, 6mm-1.0 x 50mm Stud, Piece-2
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Diameter: 6mm
  • Length: 50mm
  • Material: Steel
  • Finish: Zinc/Black Plastic
  • Thread Type: 1.0mm (Coarse)

H.T.Niao Jacket8201C2 Men 's Fashion Slim Collar Jackets(Black,Size L)

H.T.Niao Jacket8201C2 Men 's Fashion Slim Collar Jackets(Black,Size L)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022

OA-2 Phenolic Oval-Tapered Knob 1 1/8 Diameter, 3/8-16 thds.

OA-2 Phenolic Oval-Tapered Knob 1 1/8 Diameter, 3/8-16 thds.
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

1 dia., 3/8-16 thds., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Brass Insert (1 Each)

1 dia., 3/8-16 thds., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Brass Insert (1 Each)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

1 1/8 dia., 3/8-24 thds., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Brass Insert (1 Each)

1 1/8 dia., 3/8-24 thds., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Brass Insert (1 Each)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022

Phoenix Bats SB5 34" Maple Mens Wood Softball Bat- Clear Barrel w/American Flag Logo

Phoenix Bats SB5 34
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • SB5 wood softball bat specs:2-1/4" barrel,15/16" handle,-3 in maple
  • Typical user: Pure power hitter who tapes up their handle A LOT!
  • Made in Plain City, OH, USA, Includes Free Ground Shipping in Continental U.S.
  • Try a bat for 10 days; if you don't like it send it back.

1 5/8 dia., 5/16-18 thds., Stud 1/2 Lg., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Plated Steel Stud (1 Each)

1 5/8 dia., 5/16-18 thds., Stud 1/2 Lg., Oval/Tapered Plastic Knob w/Black Plated Steel Stud (1 Each)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022

H.T.Niao Jacket8937C1 Men 's Casual Plus Pile Cotton Jackets(Army Green,Size L)

H.T.Niao Jacket8937C1 Men 's Casual Plus Pile Cotton Jackets(Army Green,Size L)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Huge Black Ceramic Shaving Soap Bowl with Ball Handle

Huge Black Ceramic Shaving Soap Bowl with Ball Handle
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Bowl dimension:Inner diameter: 86mm Inner Depth:76mm
  • Heavy duty porcelain retains temperature longer. Lather your favorite soaps and creams directly in your mug, and enjoy a hot shave, just like at the barber shop!
  • The convenient knob handle allows you to lift and hold your apothecary shaving mug at any angle you want! Twist, turn, and get every bit of lather you need.
  • Tapered design allows for creation of a great lather with a shave brush
  • High quality handmade in China

Sandy Beach Man’s Chest with Concealed Storage Black

Sandy Beach Man’s Chest with Concealed Storage Black
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022

H.T.Niao Jacket8525C2 Men 's Fashion Long Casual Jackets(Black,Size L)

H.T.Niao Jacket8525C2 Men 's Fashion Long Casual Jackets(Black,Size L)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022

G+P Tools Q-CS10 1" 2-Hole Cord Stopper Tool

G+P Tools Q-CS10 1
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022
  • G+P Tools Q-CS10 1" 2-Hole Cord Stopper Tool

Low Cost Tools and Software for the Indie Filmmaker on a Budget

There's a lot of hype and mystique around indie microbudget filmmaking so it might be beneficial to shed some light on how things actually get done and paid for in the world of true micro-budget filmmaking.

I am an indie filmmaker and as such there are quite a lot of things I do to make/complete the film on my own. I find that there's a lot of hype and mystique around indie microbudget filmmaking so I think it might be beneficial to shed some light on how things actually get done in the world of true micro-budget filmmaking.

First I'll talk about microbudget filmmaking. I like to call it "out of pocket" filmmaking. To me this means you make a film with the money you have at your disposal. Now this money can come from a bank account, a credit card or even your filmmaking partners. However, true microbudget filmmaking rarely involves investors. Microbudget filmmaking is about the love of the art and creating the art by any means necessary (In my opinion.).

My background is in Information Technology and so I'm lucky to be fairly ahead of the curve when it comes to using different computer applications to get things done. Basically this experience helps me manage the tools I need to exploit my talents as a writer, director and filmmaker overall. I'm self-taught on all these applications. But, I like technology so I'm sure that makes learning them easier.

Here are the tools I use.

Microsoft FrontPage 2003 - I build and manage my own websites. Five of them to be precise. FrontPage is like Microsoft Word on HTML steroids. It makes building a website simple as long as you can properly manipulate tables, insert HTML and understand some basics about plug-ins and Active-X controls.

Adobe Photoshop CS2 - Everyone knows 'about' Photoshop. Many people use it but few understand just how powerful this tool really is. I primarily use Photoshop to manipulate my photos for use on my webpages, however it works seemlessly with my nonlinear editor in changing the look of video too. It's a powerful tool can can be used to "erase" items from or "add" items to a video clip.

Fetch and Cyberduck FTP - for a long while I was using the trial version of Fetch FTP software for the Mac. I recently switched to CyberDuck because it's a freeware, opensource application built on Unix/Linix technology. Fetch kept asking me to purchase and made me wait like 3 minutes for the trial to be renewed everything I opened it. The primary reason I'm even writing this blog is because I spent 3 days looking for another good FTP program. I found Filezilla but all the downloads for the Mac were crappy

WS_FTP - while my main personal computers are Macs I was brought up in a PC environment. WS_FTP is a simple FTP solution for Windows PC's. It totally gets the job done.

QuickTime Pro - I use this program on the Mac and PC to encode and export video and audio files into different formats using different codecs. The Apple website has a lot of different codec uploads for QuickTime making it a powerful tool for viewing video of nearly any format.

Roxio Toast Titanium - I used to to burn CDs and DVDs on my mac. I don't usually burn DVDs on my PC but when I do I use Roxio Creator Basic. I also use an older version of Nero Burning Rom on my PCs.

(O2M) Outlook to Mac . If you're ever considering leaving the PC world and "going Mac" and you'll need to convert your old email files in Outlook to Entourage -- or any email application for a Mac -- the $10 price of this program is well worth it. I spent a week trying to export and import my Outlook 2003 files to Entourage, Thunderbird and Mac Mail. I finally found this application and got it done in one hour.

DVDxDV Pro - I use this application on my Mac to "rip" the video files from DVDs (that play on your player). It's not a decoder that use can be used to pirate DVD (that would be illegal). However, for homemade DVDs that you need to grab the raw video files from, it works great, especially when you have QuickTime Pro

VisualHub - this is a cool little tool for the Mac that very quickly converts video and audio files into other formats. I generally use it now to convert quicktime and mp3 files to Flash files (SW3) because Flash files work with nearly all browsers. I chose flash because 90% of commercial sites use Flash and most users already have Flash installed on their machines.

Final Draft 6.0 - screenwriting software (I have it for the Mac and PC). This is the industry standard and contains cool tools like the ability "read" your script to you!!

Scriptware - screenwriting software for the PC.

Final Cut Studio 2 - this is a suite of post production editing tools for the Mac. It's second only to Avid (in my mind)

Adobe Production Premium CS3 - a post production editing suite of 10 applications for the PC.

Dreamweaver - I have this application for the Mac and for the PC. But my website is in Frontpage so I can only edit it from my PC. I am not looking forward to redesigning my current website to make it Dreamweaver specific but when I do, I will be able to make changes to my web from my Mac of my PCs

MacBook Pro - this is the laptop I uses in the field to export video from the P2 cards when shooting with Panasonic HD cameras. I also write on it as well.

HP/Compaq nc2400 - this is my small form factor laptop.

Dell Dimension 2400 - this is my PC desktop I am building for use with Adobe Production PRemium CS3

Mac Dual Core PowerPC Tower - my primary editing station. One day I will upgrade to a MacPro but not yet.

All my websites are hosted through WebMasters.com . This allows me to manage my email addresses myself, add/delete email addresses at will, run my blog (using WordPress technology), create my own FTP site, and so much more. I probably won't ever change from them because they give me nearly total control of my sites.

Because I manage so many websites and social networking sites I used four different browsers. I use Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Opera. These diferrent browsers allow me to, for instance, log onto three Myspace accounts simulataneously.

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