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Washer Hardware Guide
This is an illustration guide to the application of washers for designers and engineers.
Fastener Nut Types
This is an illustrative guide to typical and special application fastener nuts used in engineering and design.
Bolts Screw Types
Illustrative guide with descriptions to screw and bolt types.
Self Tapping Screws Installation Design
When designing for self-tapping screws, a number of factors are important:
American Wood Screws
This page contains two tables, the first for wood screws two inches or less in length, and the second for screws two inches or more in length. The green boxes indicate commonly available sizes and the red boxes sizes that, while made, are hard to find.
Pilot Holes for American Wood Screws
These dimensions are for standard American wood screws, which are tapered. They are not suitable for screws which are not tapered, such as dry wall screws. All dimensions are in inches. The shank pilot hole is one which will clear the thickest part of the screw body.
U-Bolt Application and Design
U-bolt Design and Application - U-bolts are single piece cold or hot formed fasteners. U-bolts are manufactured from wire and round stock by cold or hot forming methods. U-bolts are sold throughout industry, are available with saddle clamps and can be custom manufactured to design specifications. With all custom manufactured hardware, there will be setup costs in terms of tooling.
ANSI Wing Nut Specification Table per. ANSI B18.17
Wing Nut Dimensional Data per. ANSI B18.17 - Wing nut is a nut having wings designed for easy manual turning without driver or wrench.
External British Pipe Threads (Whitworth Form) Table per. BS EN ISO 228
External Pipe Threads per. ISO 228-1, Pipe threads where pressure-tight joints are not made by the threads. These pipe threads are also known as Whitworth pipe threads.
Internal ISO Metric Trapezoidal Screw Threads Table Chart Sizes TR8 - TR235
Internal Trapezoidal threads are codified by DIN 103. Although metric screw threads are generally more prevalent worldwide than imperial threads, the Acme thread is very common worldwide, and may be more widely used than the trapezoidal metric thread.
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