Screw Manufacturers

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Many other fasteners are driven or hammered into place, but due to the threading of the screw, this type of fastener cannot be fastened effectively with hammering or pounding. Instead a screw is twisted, so that the threads slide into the material, keeping the fastener from being pushed or pulled out of place. Read More…

Screw Manufacturers A screw is a very common type of fastener. Unlike other fastener types, screws are differentiated by a helical ridge, or external thread, wrapped around a center cylinder.

Leading Manufacturers

Hackensack, NJ  |  800-272-3673

Our company has a reputation for superior products, customer service, and dependability. All our fastener products are built to last, and we know that our customers appreciate our dedication to using the best materials and manufacturing techniques. If you would like to learn more about us, contact us by phone or email, or stop by our website today!

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Ford Fasteners, Inc. $$$

Indianapolis, IN  |  317-472-9000

At Accurate Manufactured Products Group, our company’s focus is designing and manufacturing fasteners, production aids, and other measuring tool accessories that suit your needs. The stock items from our large inventory are shipped within 24 hours. Our team is made up of experts in custom manufacturing items quickly, at very competitive prices, with guaranteed customer satisfaction

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Accurate Manufactured Products Group, Inc. $$$

Detroit, MI  |  800-521-2207

Wayne Bolt & Nut Company distributes and manufactures industrial fasteners. We provide quality assurance to help meet your needs, and maintain over 50,000 sizes and styles of standard and special fasteners. We have been in business since 1959. See our website for more information!

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Wayne Bolt & Nut Company $$$

Lawrenceville, GA  |  800-928-7439

O.E.M. Fastening Systems is your full line fastener source. With 100 million fasteners to choose from — steel and stainless steel fasteners, brass and titanium fasteners, plastic fasteners and exotic fastener material — the choice is endless. See our nails, rivets, screws, pins, nuts, anchors, etc.

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O.E.M. Fastening Systems $$$

Macedonia, OH  |  330-468-3300

We are a customer-focused industrial/construction supply distributor and sourcing specialist with the goal of being the best organization to serve our market. With one of our product lines including fasteners. Which include bolts, sockets, threaded rod & studs, nuts, washers, screws, anchors, pins and rivets.

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SC Fastening Systems, LLC. $$$
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Some screws are designed to work independently of other pieces of hardware. These screws are typically used with softer materials, like wood, so that the screw can cut grooves in the material as it is inserted. On the other hand, other screws are paired with an internal thread which contains a complimentary threading pattern that allows the screw to be inserted without cutting grooves in the material.

Due to the diversity of fastening needs and applications, screws also come in a huge variety. Examples of different screw types include machine screws, self-tapping screws, drywall screws, wood screws, hex cap screws, and self-drilling screws.

Each of these screws is designed to offer particular advantages for use in specific applications. Self-tapping screws can be inserted into untapped holes. Wood screws have a sharp point to start threading the screw into wooden pieces and are partially unthreaded near the head of the screw to allow the head to be flush with the surface of the wood. These are just a small number of examples of different types of screws and their designs.

Many screw manufacturers can work with customers to design screws to fit unique requirements or challenging applications. Essentially every component of the screw can be customized: the diameter of the screw, the head type, the end type, and even the distance between threads.

However, a customized screw will usually cost much more than a standard screw. Most manufacturers will have a diverse inventory of standard screws to meet essentially any application.

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