screw thread


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screw thread

n.
1. The continuous helical groove on a screw or on the inner surface of a nut.
2. One complete turn of a screw thread.

screw thread

n
(Tools) the helical ridge on a screw formed by a die or lathe tool
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Noun1.screw thread - the raised helical rib going around a screwscrew thread - the raised helical rib going around a screw
rib - support resembling the rib of an animal
screw - a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head
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Fractional screw threads in the United States are based on the Unified Screw Thread standard officially adopted in 1949.
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A real engineer gets four hours of screw thread training.
This biological screw thread is about half a millimeter in size.
It also has printed on it the tap size and clearance size for each screw thread.
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4 : a metal pin or rod with a head at one end and a screw thread at the other that is used to hold something in place
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Screw thread sizes range from #4-40 through #1224 and M3 through M6.
Dimension measurements include angle, straightness, flatness and perpendicularity, profile, roundness and circular contours, surface texture, and screw thread gaging.
The Unified Screw Thread System for commercial bolts, nuts and screws sets the standards in the United States and Canada.