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    Screws - (1340 companies)
    A screw is a wide-encompassing type of hardware fastener that attributes its mechanical capabilities to the helical groove that extends around the circumference of the device's shank. These threads provide the friction and traction that serves...
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    Shoulder Screws - (84 companies)
    Shoulder screws, also called stripper bolts, are a type of machine screw with integral threads that are only present on half or less of the screw shank. A shoulder screw has a partially smooth shaft that will allow the bolted material some rotation...
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    Captive Screws - (70 companies)
    Fasteners designed for ease of installation - often knurled for finger use - and retained within their functional environment when not engaged. Captive screw (or bolt) retention prevents loss or damage within the captive screw's parent assembly...
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    Bolts - (1313 companies)
    ...alignment as well as the material's position on the bolt. While used synonymously, screws and bolts are not mechanical clones. A bolt is a type of threaded hardware fastener that is used to position two workpieces in specific relation to each other...
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    Self-sealing Fasteners - (37 companies)
    ...the surface of stainless steel, is used to form a thin, protective oxide layer that resists corrosion. Types of Self-sealing Fasteners. There are three types of threaded, self-sealing fasteners: screws, nuts, and bolts. Products differ in terms of head...
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    Feed Screws and Mixer Screws - (109 companies)
    Feed Screws and mixing Screws are screws or augers placed in bins, silos, extruders, hoppers, or molding machine to provide uniform flow. As the screw turns, process material is mixed and conveyed. Feed screws (feedscrews) and mixer screws...
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    Lead Screws and ACME Screws - (59 companies)
    Description. Lead screws and ACME screws are used to drive a nut in linear motion via direct contact between the screw and the nut. Lead screws usually incorporate proprietary screw and nut geometries and materials, and can be configured...
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    Roller Screws - (24 companies)
    Roller screws convert rotary to precise linear motion in a similar manner to ball screws or lead screws. Due to the greater number of contact points of the rollers compared to balls or thread on thread contact, a roller screw provides higher...
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    Ball Screws - (235 companies)
    Ball screws convert rotary motion to linear motion, or torque to thrust, and vice versa. They are primarily a power screw with a train of ball bearings riding between the screw and the nut in a recirculating track. Ball screws convert rotary motion...
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    Counterbores - (195 companies)
    ...with a smaller hole. Counterbores are frequently cut in order to allow screw head seating in the recessed hole, so that the screw head does not protrude above the material surface. Counterbores may also be used to square the screw head 's seating surface...
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