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Brass 330 Machine Screw, Round Head, Slotted Drive

Available in multiple versions


Product Specifications
Brand Name Small Parts
Part Number B003R7JCTI
Material Type Brass
Exterior Finish Plain
System of Measurement Inch
Color brass
Thread Style Right Hand
Drive Style Slotted
Head Style Round
Self Locking Mechanism None
Grade 330
UNSPSC Code 31161504

Machine Screws, also referred to as Machine Bolts, are often used with nuts or driven into tapped... See more product details



Product Features

  • Machine Screws are often used with nuts or driven into tapped holes
  • Brass is suitable where corrosion resistance is a primary consideration
  • Round head style for a finished appearance
  • Driven by a flat-bladed driver

Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B003R7JCTI

Product Description

Machine Screws, also referred to as Machine Bolts, are often used with nuts or driven into tapped holes. They come in a variety of head types and drive styles, but are generally available in smaller sizes.

Brass is rust proof, corrosion resistant and polishes to a rich, golden color. Brass is easily soldered and brazed and accepts plating readily. The typical composition is 70% Copper and 30% Zinc. Strength increases with a higher percentage of Zinc.

Round head fasteners have a dome-shaped head. An older style of head, it is typically used when replacing existing round-head fasteners where an exact match is desired. Common applications for slotted screws include woodworking, although the drive style is not designed to be used with power drivers.

A threaded fastener's size name includes information about the major external diameter, followed by the threads per inch, which indicates if it is coarse or fine. Fine threads are preferable when working with harder materials or when threading into a thin material. They are also stronger in tension than coarse threads, and generally provide higher shear strengths.

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