Hex Head with Washer Half Thread Bolts
The components that form a bolt can be identified in three sections. The head is the part of the bolt with the largest diameter, which provides a mount for tools to either apply or resist torque. It also provides part of the bearing surface for substrates being bolted. The shank of the bolt is the longest part of the bolt and has external, helical threads on its circumference. This piece is responsible for the alignment of the workpieces. Finally, the end opposite of the head is known as the chamfer, which provides a slightly beveled edge to aid the bolt’s insertion into holes and nuts.
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