clamp screw

clamp screw

[′klamp ‚skrü]
(design engineering)
A screw that holds a part by forcing it against another part.
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Well fitted clamp with clamp screw should be provided.
Available with American Standard or Metric Threaded Stud terminals, or Saddle Clamp screw terminals.
Locate the clamp screw on the back side of the caliper.
This new design uses fewer parts than other designs, with only a clamp screw, clamp, clamp spring, shim, and shim screw.
The ValTURN ProGRIP system uses a clamp screw, clamp, clamp spring, shim, and shim screw, fewer spare parts than competitive designs.
Included in the fixture is a fluted-knob clamp screw that is nylontipped to securely hold the motor in place.
These couplings normally require an access hole on the side of the flange, allowing a technician get a wrench into the flange to tighten a clamp screw in order to mount the coupling onto a shaft.
In many circumstances, one maintenance worker rotates the appropriate shaft while a second worker peers into an access port, flashlight poised, watching for the hub clamp screw to come into view.
Rear clamp, clamp screw, or forward leaf spring missing from upper hand guard (rail)
ID steel, they feature a captive clamp screw, can be placed anywhere on the shaft, and have a smooth bore for protecting expensive shafts.