Custom threaded fasteners are critical components in a variety of industrial and commercial equipment. They are known for a variety of benefits, which include their strength, ease of installation, cost-effectiveness and removability. They are also available in different sizes for a myriad of applications.
Despite all these benefits, purchasing different types of threaded fasteners is not an easy task. The simple reason for this is there are too many models of one fastener out there. You can eliminate many models by considering a few aspects like material, size, and thread type. While many customers are familiar with sizes and materials, they may not be aware of different types of threads. We decided to address this issue by providing this post.
Understanding Basic Thread Designs
Generally, fastener threads are designed in two ways – as coarse or fine threads. Each design has its own benefits. Let’s take a look at them.
Types of Fastener Threads
The following points will help understand the different thread types that are used to manufacture custom threaded fasteners:
If you still require more information about these thread types the best option is to contact us a well-known fastener manufacturer. Norwood Screw Machine Parts provides a variety of custom threaded fasteners for different applications.
Norwood is a privately owned custom screw machine parts manufacturer. For over 59 years we serve some of the largest corporations to the small company with a new product to develop. Whether a unique item with a one time requirement or a long running contract order with scheduled deliveries, Norwood Screw Machine Parts is the right choice for the job.
We know that we are - and should be - judged by how quickly, accurately and cost-effectively we meet our customer's needs. Our in-house quality assurance team begins the process with the receipt of an order. They maintain close communications with customers to ensure that customer goals are clearly understood and completely achieved.