Machine screws, also called machine bolts, are designed with finer, more uniform threads for increased accuracy over traditional fasteners. This variety of screw is used most often to securely connect metal components used in machinery or construction.
There are several types of machine screws, including socket head cap screws, 12-point screws, as well as other head configurations like pan head, flat head, round head, oval head, hex head, and truss head.
CAD files for stock and standard machine screws are available for download in MW OnDemand.
Machine Screws Overview
Machine screws are generally smaller than other screw types. They also come in a few different head configurations depending on intended use, including Phillips head, oval head, flat head, and pan head.
Custom Machine Screws
Machine screws can be manufactured in a variety of sizes, using standard or specialty materials or finishes with several head types (oval, pan, flat, Phillips, etc.). Our facilities stock many materials on-site and are capable of performing various machining and secondary processes that your custom application may require.
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Machine Screws Manufacturing
MW Components manufactures a variety of fasteners, including machine screws for several industries and applications, giving you access to state-of-the-art machining processes, specialty materials and finishes, and expert design and engineering advice. Many of our facilities also maintain industry-specific certifications and can produce the component you require to your exact specifications and quality control requirements.
MW stocks standard and specialty materials of all types. Below are some commonly requested materials used to manufacture this product:
- Alloy Steel
- Carbon Steel
- Stainless Steel
- Other Specialty Materials
Available applicable certifications include: