countersunk bolt

countersunk bolt

[¦käun·tər‚səŋk ′bōlt]
(design engineering)
A bolt that has a circular head, a flat top, and a conical bearing surface tapering in from the top; in place, the head is flush-mounted.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

countersunk bolt

countersunk bolt
A bolt having a circular head with a flat top and a conical bearing surface which tapers in from the top; when in place, the head is flush-mounted.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As explained before, we investigated the rib- and wing skin-connecting structure, using the countersunk bolt joints, and the wing skin needs to be drilled by countersunk holes.
This custom-designed flange is made of 1/2" thick 6061-T6 aluminium and comes with eight countersunk bolts to fasten directly to a robot motor without any modifications.
Handles are usually one-piece hardwood attached with countersunk bolts or heavy-gauge round steel tubing.
This is achieved by using a series of countersunk bolts at the corners of the glass panels with 902 austenitic stainless-steel fittings.
The last step is to insert the copper-pipe end caps in the holes for the countersunk bolts. Depending on the fit, you may have to hammer or glue them in position.