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machine bolt

[mə′shēn ‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A heavy-weight bolt with a square, hexagonal, or flat head used in the automotive, aircraft, and machinery fields.

machine bolt

machine bolt
A threaded bolt having a straight shank and a conventional head such as a square, hexagonal, button, or countersunk type.
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To accommodate this, I used 1/2" hex head machine bolts bought to get the longest possible unthreaded section of shaft, with the threads cut off and the end filed smooth.
Lewis simply machines both the receiver insertion shaft and the barrel extension to exacting standards, then uses two large machine bolts to clamp down the split part of the receiver tightly around the barrel extension.
Kids press the singular remote button and the machine bolts forward; release the button and it spins.
While dodging head butts, The Butcher managed to get on Ricta wheels and Killing Machine bolts.
In the case of the sofas, each one is assembled using eight metal-to-metal machine bolts that fit into a threaded metal sleeve inserted into the wood frame," he explained.
For accounts of some of these activities during the late 1940's and early 1950's, see Seymour Rand, Case Study Data on Productivity and Factory Performance, Cold Formed Machine Bolts and Hexagon Nuts, Report No.
6 sheets 3/4-inch plywood 4 6-foot-long 2-by-2s 24 T-nuts for 3/8-inch bolts 24 21/4-inch machine bolts 2 butt hinges for door 1 1/4-inch woodscrews 2-inch finishing nails Wood glue