shoulder screw

shoulder screw

[′shōl·dər ‚skrü]
(design engineering)
A screw with an unthreaded cylindrical section, or shoulder, between threads and screwhead; the shoulder is larger in diameter than the threaded section and provides an axis around which close-fitting moving parts operate.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The socket is also constructed with a shoulder screw and swivel lid, incorporating a quick insertion method so that IC's can be changed out quickly.
The blades are set at a 2-degree right offset in the stainless-steel Trocar ferrule, each locked in place by a steel shoulder screw with a steel blade-position collar.
Torque the shoulder screw into the loop clamp to 12.5 + 2 lb-ft (17.0 + 2.7 N*m).
I also used J-B Cold Weld to further retain the new shoulder screw. The existing wire-spring does an excellent job as a trigger pull weight spring and is fully adjustable.
The socket is constructed with shoulder screw and swivel lid which incorporates a quick insertion method so that IC's can be changed out quickly.
The Z189 slide retainer has two carbide locking pins and a shoulder screw for installation, Safety varnish on the screw prevents accidental loosening.
Metheringham, United Kingdom, January 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Elesa has announced their GN732 plain shoulder screws with collar, together with their industry standard ISO 7379 version with polished bearing surface.