1. JET FITTING: ULTIMATE FASTENER STORE

    JET FITTING: ULTIMATE FASTENER STORE

    Jet Fitting continues to be the leading Fastener Store... ...for great pricing, fastener knowledge, and service which has been built on over 70 years of dealing with fasteners. One may think that fastening is as easy a job as they come.  After all, what more do you have to do than just screw in a couple of nuts and bolts? Well...
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  2. Screw Point Styles For All Industries

    Screw Point Styles For All Industries

    Find out the various types of styles of Tapping Screws, Threading Cutting Screws, Self Drilling, Self Piercing Screws & Machine Screws.  TAPPING SCREWS TYPE A, AB, B, BP   Type A point: A thread forming screw Useful in thin metal .015 to .050 thick. Used with punched, drilled or nested holes in sheet metal, resin impregnated plywood & Mixtures of...
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  3. Hex Bolts Vs Hex Cap Screws

    Hex Bolts Vs Hex Cap Screws

    People often tend to confuse hex bolts and hex cap screws and even use them interchangeably, which is absolutely wrong. However, not many are sure about the difference between the two and even when these two are placed in front, they would surely confuse between the two. There is a lot of difference between the two as installing a hex...
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  4. How are Cap Screws different than Machine Screws?

    How are Cap Screws different than Machine Screws?

    There is confusion in the marketplace as to what is considered a Machine Screw and what is considered a Cap Screw. Both are considered threaded fasteners. In addition, both blur the lines between what is considered a screw and what is considered a bolt. In general, screws go into tapped holes and bolts are used with nuts, however there are...
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