- Several kinds of turning Bar commonly used in automatic Lathe
Several kinds of turning Bar commonly used in automatic Lathe
- The Application of Pressure Indicating Washers
Pressure indicating washer, also known as DTI washer or direct tension indicating washer, stems from ASTM F959/F959M. It replaces other common high strength washers to be used in connecting high strength fasteners, therefore reducing installation costs and risks.
- SAE J429 Mechanical Properties of Ex-Thread Fasteners
SAE J429 Mechanical Properties of Ex-Thread Fasteners
- #SAE J429
- #Ex-Thread Fasteners
- Mechanical performance grade of bolts, studs and screws
Mechanical performance grade of bolts, studs and screws
- Hardness Conversion
- Thread & pitch
Thread & pitch
- The material used in commonly used fasteners
The material used in commonly used fasteners.
- About Fastener Materials
Fasteners are manufactured in a wide range of materials from common steel to titanium, plastic and other exotic materials. Many materials are further separated into different grades to describe specific alloy mixtures, hardening processes, etc.
- The Fastener Quality Act
Fasteners are a part of many different applications we use in life, from everyday items and structures to space-traveling shuttles and military equipment.
- #Good Fastener
- #Quality Act
- What Makes a Good Fastener?
The topic of construction fasteners isn’t always fascinating. They are simply tiny pieces of metal we use to join two pieces of material together.
- Technical Considerations For The Selection of Retaining Rings
Design engineers are challenged daily to come up with economical designs that reduce weight, size, raw materials, and labor.
- What's the Difference Between Thread-Forming and Thread-Cutting Tapping Screws?
Tapping screws form mating threads in materials they are driven into. There are two basic types: thread forming and thread cutting.
- Tolerancing of Screw Threads
It was previously stated that an essential principle is that the actual profiles of both the nut and bolt threads must never cross or transgress the theoretical profile. Practically, to make a thread, tolerances must be applied to ensure that this essential principal always applies.