Self-tapping Screws

Self-tapping is the ability of a screw to advance when turned, while creating its own thread. This ability is sometimes created by a gap in the continuity of the thread on the screw. These edges cut a thread as the screw is driven in to the material. The cutting edge drills away the material, leaving a hole for the screw to go into.

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A metal screw with a sharp point designed to attach two pieces of wood together. Machine screws are commonly available with flat, pan or oval-heads. A Machine screw generally has a partially unthreaded shank below the head. The unthreaded portion of the shank is designed to slide through the top board (closest to the screw head) so that it can be pulled tight to the board it is being attached to.

Self-tapping Screws
Self-tapping Screws
Self-tapping Screws
Self-tapping Screws
Self-tapping Screws
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