Products/Services for Threadless Shank

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    Shoulder Screws - (82 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... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Lockbolts - (38 companies)
    Lockbolts are two-piece fasteners that consist of a headed, parallel-shank pin with a serrated end and collar. An assembly tool is used to swage the collar onto the serrated grooves in the pin and break the stem flush to the top of the collar. Shear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Grinding Wheels - (535 companies)
    Image Credit: Norton Abrasives. Grinding wheels are used for metal removal, dimensioning, and finishing. They consist of an integral shank, pin, shaft, or mandrel that drives a mounted wheel or blades. Types of Grinding Wheels. There are many types... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Screws - (1339 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... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Nails - (212 companies)
    Features and Materials. Nails differ in terms of features and materials of construction. Common nails have larger nail shank diameters than other nails. A brad nail is galvanized and is available in different lengths, head shanks, heads, and point types... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thermowells - (260 companies)
    ...being monitored. Measuring Skin Temperature of Tubes in Furnace Fire Zones. Thermowells are available in three main barrel or shank design types. The barrel, or shank, is the container style apparatus, which is inserted into the process flow. Since... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    End Mills - (560 companies)
    ...surface finish. Features. Other considerations for end mills include cutter size and construction criteria. Size Considerations. Size considerations for end mills relate to the cutting diameter, shank or arbor diameter, flute or cutting edge length... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Drill Bits - (1193 companies) cutting lubricity and/or add abrasion resistance for longer tool life. Shank types include straight, tapered, reduced, hex, square, and threaded. Cutting applications. Cutting applications for drill bits include general-purpose, aluminum, brass, bronze... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Reamers - (463 companies)
    ...into the bottom of the hole and prevent the reamer from attaining full cut depth. When selecting a flute, there are four important specifications to consider: flute diameter and length, pilot diameter and length, number of flutes, and flute depth. Shank... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Router Bits - (279 companies)
    ...router bits are carbide tipped and not made from solid carbide. Router bits specifications include cut length, cut angle, overall length, and shank size. The cut angles may vary from 7 to 18 and the shank sizes from 1/4 " to 1/2 ". Larger router bits... Learn More
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    ...and a length; a shoulder having a threadless inner diameter slightly larger than the diameter of the exterior threaded solid pin and at least one substantially radial threaded set screw hole; an monolithic shoulder- shank having a threadless inner diameter slightly larger...
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    Besides, bolt shank was modeled to contact directly with the bolt hole of connection plate and the bolt was assumed to be threadless (Kim and Kawamura, 2007, 2008a, 2008b, 2009).