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GB bolts are generally divided into two types: GB30 bolts and GB21 bolts. The difference is that the hexagonal head of GB30 is larger than that of GB21. The materials are all used: Q235. The grade is 4.8, the hardness is weak, and it is used for parts with low hardness requirements and infrequent activities, which are called ordinary bolts. The most typical use: machinery, construction, fixing, fastening.

Common fastening screws include self-tapping screws, fine-pitch drywall screws, traditional wood screws, and fiberboard screws. The following are the characteristics of commonly used screws, everyone should choose them reasonably. Self-tapping screws The correct application of self-tapping screws should be used for the fastening and connection of metal materials with pre-drilled holes. It has the function of automatically tapping out the internal thread on the metal body, and can complete the thread engagement with it to play a tightening role. However, due to its high thread bottom diameter, when it is used in wood products, the cut into the wood will be shallower; and because the thread pitch is small, there is less wood structure between every two threads. Therefore, it is unreliable and unsafe to use self-tapping screws for wood mountings, especially loose wood. Drywall Screws The proper use of fine-pitch drywall screws is for fastening and joining between metal studs and plasterboard. It suffers from similar drawbacks as self-tapping screws when used on wood mountings. Moreover, due to the large diameter of the head of the dry-wall screw, the embedding of the head is poor, and it is easy to cause unevenness between the head of the screw and the surface of the mounting part after installation. Traditional wood screws Before using traditional wood screws, pre-drilling holes are required on the wooden mounting parts, otherwise it is easy to cause wood cracking. In addition, since the traditional wood screws are not heat-treated, the use of electric tools can easily cause the groove shape to be damaged, and manual installation is very laborious. Fiberboard screws are relatively new types of wood screws, suitable for power tool installation. However, due to its relatively simple thread design, it still cannot effectively solve the stubborn problem of easy cracking when used on hardwood, and it does not have any advantages in screwing speed and screwing torque. [2]

Due to its convenient operation, quick-release screws are widely used in aviation recording equipment, such as the operation panel on the central console of the aircraft, the upper operation panel, etc. However, the assembly of quick-release screws needs to be assembled in sequence. Springs and quick-release screw rods, usually the quick-release screw crimping tools provided by external suppliers can only crimp some small-sized quick-release screws, or custom-made quick-release screw crimping tools for a certain product, time and cost are very high, so it is necessary to design a quick-release screw assembly device for general aviation airborne equipment.

At present, the main four kinds of anti-shedding nuts are still prone to falling off. Friction and anti-shedding are in the case of shock, vibration and variable load. At the beginning, the nut will decrease in preload due to relaxation. As the number of vibrations increases, the loss of preload will increase. The force increases slowly, eventually causing the nut to loosen and the threaded connection to fail. The mechanical nut is prevented from falling off by adding a stopper, which makes it inconvenient to disassemble. The riveting and punching prevention is to prevent the separation by welding, bonding, etc. This method can only be disassembled by destroying the bolt pair.

Inch Screws C-1: Thread Code: The denominator is marked as 8, and then the numerator is directly called the number. Ex: 1/8 x 0.50 –PPB: 1 Thread screw x 0.50” long, PPB Ex: 5/16 x 0.50 –PPB = 2.5/8 x 0.50-PPB : 2 ½ inch screw x 0.50” long, PPB Ex: 5/32 x 0.50 –PPB =1.25/8 x 0.50-PPB: 1 ½ ½ inch screw x 0.50” long , PPB Ex: 1/4 x 0.50-PPB= 2/8 x 0.50-PPB: 2-point screw x 0.50” long, PPB Note: Coarse or fine pitch is sometimes indicated. UNF: Fine pitch: more commonly used in the electronics industry UNC: Coarse Thread: More commonly used for heavy machinery construction. Ex: 3/8 x 0.50, UNF –PPB: 3 point fine thread screw x 0.50” long, PPB. C-2: Length Code: In inches, must be multiplied by 25.40 is converted to mm. Measured with a buckle gauge, it is a metric thread when it matches the metric thread, and an inch thread when it matches the inch thread. You can also use a caliper to measure the outer diameter and pitch of the thread. The outer diameter of the metric thread is in millimeters, Such as 6, 8, 10, 12, 18, 20 mm, etc., the pitch is also in millimeters, such as 0.5, 0.75, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, etc. The outer diameter of the imperial thread is in inches, (per inch Equal to 25.4 mm) such as 3/16, 5/8, 1/4, 1/2, etc. Therefore, the reading of the outer diameter with a metric caliper often has irregular decimals. The inch pitch is expressed by how many teeth per inch. Set the caliper at 25.4 mm, align one caliper tip with the thread cusp, and the other caliper tip, if aligned with the thread cusp, is an inch thread, and if the thread cusp is not aligned, it should be a metric thread. The tip is printed on the white chalk. The chalk is clear and easy to measure. To measure the metric pitch, you should measure a length, such as 10, 15, 20, millimeters, etc., count how many teeth are included, and calculate the pitch in inches. The specified thread specification is inch thread, such as: G1. Metric threads are specified in metric units of millimeters. Such as: M30. The imperial system is determined by how many teeth there are in one inch (2.54 cm), generally a 55-degree angle. The metric system is the pitch determined by the distance between the two tooth tips, usually a 60-degree angle anchor screw: tighten the machine, etc. Screws for use on the ground. Also called anchor bolts. The difference between British and American screws is difficult to distinguish visually. The difference between British and American screws is that the rolling angle of British screws is 55 degrees, while the rolling angle of American screws is 60 degrees. These two standard screws are used in most screws. It can be used in general, but 1/2 size screws are not allowed, because the standard thread of inch 1/2 is 1/2-12 teeth, while the American system is 1/2-13 teeth.

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