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fastener

[′fas·nər]
(design engineering)
A device for joining two separate parts of an article or structure.
A device for holding closed a door, gate, or similar structure.

Fastener

A mechanical device, weld, bolt, pin or rivet for holding two or more parts, pieces, or members together.

fastener

A mechanical device, weld, or rivet for holding together two or more pieces, parts, members, or the like.
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This new report on the global Earthmoving Fasteners market is committed fulfilling the requirements of the clients by giving them thorough insights into the market.
This system will improve the legibility of the markings made on small fasteners by producing clear, uniform etchings, which in turn have proven to perform better on some plating finishes.
W and E Sales company provides the automotive market with the autobody fasteners and specialised hand tools.
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FDH, headquartered in Marina del Rey, California, is a distributor of aerospace fasteners and other c-class components to commercial and defense aircraft manufacturers, subcontractors, and component distributors through its Arlington International Aviation Products and Aircraft Fasteners International divisions.
* PEM ReelFast[R] surface mount fasteners include threaded or unthreaded nuts and standoffs, captive panel screws (spring-loaded or standard), and R'ANGLE[R] types uniquely providing strong re-usable threads at right angles to boards
"The fastener department is one of the key traffic drivers in any home improvement store, and this certification program with NRHA validates the investment that store owners have made in terms of space commitment, product selection, inventory availability and customer service," says Jason DeVries, Midwest Fastener's director of marketing.
Among them, the laying of shock absorber fasteners in track structures is one of the commonly used vibration reduction measures.
A large variety of fasteners must be supported and the entire system must be reloaded or reconfigured in minutes to match the next work piece being assembled by the machine.