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Fasteners

Screws & Bolts
A class of fasteners that when mated with a nut or threaded hole, allow two or more pieces of material to be fastened solidly together.
Washers
Used with with a screw fastener and serves either to keep the screw from loosening or to distribute the load over a larger area. Washers are also used for spacing, leveling, or sealing.
Nuts
Nuts are mechanical fastener with a threaded hole. They are used in conjunction with bolts, screws or studs to provide a clamping force and prevent axial movement.
Threaded Rods & Studs
Eyebolts
An eyebolt is a bolt with an open or closed loop at one end. Used to attach to a structure, so that ropes or cables may then be tied to it or passed through it.
U-Bolts
Stronger than routing clamps and hangers, U-bolts support heavy pipe, tube, and conduit from ceilings, walls, and poles.
Shims
Threaded Inserts & Clips
Threaded inserts and clips are metal and plastic shapes placed in existing holes, attached to the surface of, or clipped onto an edge as to provide a threaded track for bolts, screws and other fasteners.
Binding Barrels & Screws
A sex bolt, (also known as a barrel nut, barrel bolt, binding barrel, Chicago screw, post and screw or connector bolt), is a type of fastener that has a barrel-shaped flange and protruding boss that is internally threaded.
Spacers & Standoffs
Spacers and Standoffs are two common types of positioning electronic hardware. They provide sturdy support, alignment and spacing to a variety of applications such as circuit board assemblies, panels and doors.
Coil-Threaded Rods, Screws & Nuts
Captive Panel Fasteners
A captive fastener is a special type of fastener that's able to lock into a pre-drilled hole to provide a secure and permanent hold. Like other screws, they feature a head on top and external threading on the sides
Pins
Anchors
Anchors are objects normally used to hold one item onto another.
Nails
Rivets
rivets are installed in a hole and deformed to resist vibration and prevent movement, and are typically installed using a specialty tool.
Key Stock
Also known as Shaft Keys or Gear Keys. These keys fit into grooves in a shaft or gear to transmit mechanical torque from one element to the other.
Staples
Staples are U-shaped metal fasteners driven through two or more materials to bind them together. Staples make good fasteners for securing carpeting, wiring, fabrics, upholstry and more.
Retaining Rings
Retaining Rings interface with a shaft or bore to prevent it from sliding out of position.
Cable Management
Use these products to organize, fasten and secure cables and wires.
Rod Ends
Magnets
Magnets are any product that produce a magnetic field and are attracted to iron or steel. Magnets can be use to secure objects, fasten, and suspend.