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cap screw

n.
A long-threaded bolt, usually with a square head, used in fastening machine parts.

cap screw

n
(General Engineering) a screwed bolt with a cylindrical head having a hexagonal recess. The bolt is turned using a wrench of hexagonal cross section
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Noun1.cap screw - a threaded screw for machine partscap screw - a threaded screw for machine parts; screws into a tapped hole
screw - a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head
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Customers can select the required support which extends to manpower and supervision from Hi-Force's highly competent team of technicians, tool sale or rental agreements, training, as well as its innovative bolted joint integrity software
The company says this system provides graphic analyses of assembly processes to ensure that bolted joint assemblies meet optimum quality standards.
Rotational self-loosening of bolted joint is one of the predominant failure modes, especially for bolts under vibration loading.
Among these joints, the bolted joint is mainly employed in the fixed connection of parts for the convenience of repair and replacement.
At about 15:30 local time on March 21, 2015, during the construction works at the bridge, the eastern side cable carrying the catwalk broke away from its bolted joint on the south tower, and fell into the water.
PD577 Bolted Joint Assembly Principles Per PCC-1-2013
The active response of the bolted joint is only established after positive contact between the bolt and the bolt hole walls.
From the curves presented in Figure 10 is obvious that configuration of frame with single bolted joint is more energy dissipative than frame with double bolted joints.
The pulse of ultrasound passes through the bolted joint and is reflected by the interface of the threads, while the rest is transmitted into the penetrating oil.
When you get close to the bolted joint, lift the back up to the approximate finished angle and snug up the bolts to hold them in place.
Some of the pulse of ultrasound passes through the bolted joint and is reflected by the interface of the threads, while the rest is transmitted into the oil.
Each washer pair has cams on one side and radial teeth on the opposite side to secure the bolted joint with tension instead of friction.