tapered thread

tapered thread

[′tā·pərd ′thred]
(design engineering)
A screw thread cut on the surface of a tapered part; it may be either a pine or box thread, or a V-, Acme, or square-screw thread.
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Hawkeye features a quick-threading tapered thread profile that compensates for wear and has superior load-bearing and tensile load-carrying capabilities.
Thus, the initial tapered thread or threads would be replaced by subsequent non-thread forming chase threads.
This is a tapered thread where the diameter changes by 3/4" per foot of length.
One of the most common types of connections found in process fluid-handling systems, NPT fittings have a tapered thread on both the male and female ends.
Tenders are invited for 1/2 Inch F Bsp Thread X 1/2 Inch Bspt Tapered Thread Male As Per Drawing Number Icf/Std-3-5-091 Alt A, Item-1
Enhanced thread milling, including support for multi-point tools, tapered threads for both single- and multi-point tools, and improved simulation.
Uncle Mike's is one of the most common sources and most conventional sling mount hardware comes with a screw/stud having tapered threads, very similar to a wood screw.
Dripstop[R] 923 is specially formulated for use on tapered threads and provides a lower break-loose torque than Dripstop[R] 940.
The threaded tailpiece retains the shock mount, and the valve assembly and tapered threads provide easy changing between tapered tail, cable puller assembly, 2-inch PVC pipe puller, 3-inch PVC pipe puller and 4 1/4-inch expander.
The tapered threads on the steel pipe help to clean and straighten the drain threads.
One has tapered threads which produce a metal-to-metal seal by wedging surfaces together as the pipe threads are tightened.