Machine Screws


Phillips Pan Machine Screws
Fasteners & Hardware

Phillips Pan Machine Screws

We are pleased to announce our newly completed line of phillips pan machine screws. Thread sizes offered in our new line of screws are; 6-32, 8-32, 10-32, 1/4-20 and 1/4-28.  Available in 25 standard lengths ranging from 3/32 up to 3". Our phillips pan machine screws are molded in tough, resilient and corrosion resistant Nylon 6/6 material. FREE samples are available upon request.

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Construction Equipment and Supplies

Elge Precision Machining Provides Multi-Spindle Screw Machining of Knurled Pins

Elge Precision Machining, located in Reading, Pa, is the premier supplier of Stainless Steel Knurled Pins in the United States.  We have 11 Davenport automatic screw machines which gives us unique capabilities in this industry.  Multi-Spindle screw machining is used to manufacture the pins to tight tolerances of ±0.001. Elge's knowledge of turning and knurling enables us to increase cycle...

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Fasteners & Hardware

Just Add Fasteners to Suncor's Ever-Expanding Product Line

Suncor Stainless has Developed a New Line of Stainless Steel Fasteners and Accessories Plymouth, MA – Suncor Stainless, Inc. has developed a line of stainless steel fasteners and fastener accessories. With this line, they have also launched the Suncor Fastener Program which offers these new products in small and bulk quantity packs with eye-catching labels and barcodes for easy stocking...

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Thomson Glide Screw(TM) is a "Golden Mousetrap" Awards Winner
Fasteners & Hardware

Thomson Glide Screw(TM) is a "Golden Mousetrap" Awards Winner

WOOD DALE, IL – The innovative Glide Screw from Thomson Industries, Inc. has won the Design News 2013 “Golden Mousetrap” Award in the Automation and Control Motors and Mechanical Motion Devices category. The awards showcase the best new products and celebrate people who are leading and invigorating design, engineering and manufacturing in North America. Announced on February 11th during...

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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs
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Ten Ways to Control Aluminum Costs

All job shops want to save money, and one of the most lucrative ways to do this is by learning how to control the costs of materials such as aluminum. An analysis of your material usage as well as how much you end up scrapping can reveal a goldmine of savings. In this white paper, you will learn ten ways in which you can capitalize on these hidden reserves. From understanding scraps in a more mathematical way to accomplishing jobs with a lean manufacturing approach, this list will provide you with the necessary tools you need to assist you in your financial analysis of your shop’s material consumption. This paper also features real world case studies to illustrate how the right attitude towards material costs can affect real change in terms of money, time, and efficiency.

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Machine Screws are completely non-magnetic.
Fasteners & Hardware

Machine Screws are completely non-magnetic.

Machine Screws, Nuts, and Washers are made from non-magnetic titanium material (TW270 type I and TW340C type II) and are available in sizes from M2-M12 in socket head, pan head, and flat head styles. Non-magnetic characteristics (0 Magnetic Flux Density) and chemical resistance provide solution for semiconductor protection equipment and devices, aircraft, spacecraft, medical instruments, and...

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Machine Screws come in zinc-plated steel and nylon.
Fasteners & Hardware

Machine Screws come in zinc-plated steel and nylon.

Machine screws, with binding heads, assure firm, electrical connections. Flat-head styles suit applications where fasteners cannot protrude above mating surfaces. Pan-head types replace round-head styles for smooth surface area uses. Self-tapping, washer/hex-head styles are for sheet metal applications where inserts are not furnished. All feature slotted heads in choice of 2-56, 4-40, 6-32, 8-32,...

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