A machine screw is as basic a screw as there is. Used for countless applications where something needs to be fastened with a mating nut or driven into a pre-tapped hole. It is usually a fully threaded screw with unified threading and a blunt point. There are a multitude of head combinations (binding, fillister, flat, hex, hex washer, oval, pan, round and truss) and drives (phillips, slot, 6-lobe, square, hex) that allow for virtually unlimited uses. Machine screws are available in many materials including steel, stainless steel, brass, aluminum and nylon. Available in Inch and Metric sizes.
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